We can't get over Belgian artist Leisbet Bussche and her oversized art installation pieces. Bussche specializes in adorning cities with giant jewelry -- yep, everything from enormous earrings to friendship necklaces. Her latest work is a huge charm bracelet hanging in the streets of Cagnes-sur-Mer, France, part of an installation from "Mirror, Mirror." It stands as a tribute to Suzy Solidor, a model, actress, and nightclub owner in Paris during the '30s and '40s.
We wish our town was this glammed up. It would be pretty cool to walk outside and be greeted by a colossal pair of stud earrings. We love when fashion and art converge in such a cool, unique way. And it's refreshing to see asphalt streets and urban spaces get a pretty makeover.
Also, this kind of reminds us of that childhood storybook "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs," only replacing giant food with giant jewelry. What do you think? Would you want an art installation like this in your town?
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