Hermes, Chanel and more – Hot couture dogs made from thousands of crayons

An American artist by the name of Herb Williams is a pro at turning crayons in to pieces of art and this time his playground has been dog sculptures mixed with high fashion themes, styles and designers. The Nashville Tennessee artist has put up a show in a local gallery that consists of around 15 pedigree dog breeds, each displaying a particular designer logo or a designer’s style using possibly more than thousands of pieces of Crayola. Among the pedigrees is a white Poodle with a Chanel logo, a German Shepard that has the common Seersucker blue and white combination and pattern and a Doberman that has the patterns of the white Louis Vuitton Murakami Audra handbag. While the crayon art looks simple and almost childish, its represents the fashionable trend of pure breeds as an accessory like Paris Hilton’s Chihuahua or Blake Lively’s Maltipoo.

crayon-dog-sculptures-8The fun, life-size, artistic dog set, together called the ’Call of Couture’ will be on display till 30th April at the Rymer Gallery in Nashville.

[Via – My-Modern-Met]

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