The spider-like shape of Pentarachnid appears to be crawling down the hillside, injecting an anticipatory energy for both children and adults as they approach the main entrance to the Lindsay Wildlife Experience in Walnut Creek, California, a museum and hospital whose mission is to connect people with wildlife. Three more pieces are part of the exhibition, including a biomorphic lime green bench that creeps along the ground and a backless bench with large wing elements that create a sense that it’s about to take flight. An orange asymmetric love seat sits outside the animal hospital entrance.
Colin Selig designs and fabricates unique eco-friendly objects that range from functional seating and site furnishings to biomorphic sculpture. His work explores the boundary between sculpture and sustainable design with a modern aesthetic and a sense of whimsy. His patented process of repurposing salvage propane tanks results in objects that contain 99% post-consumer reused content. To view the whole range click here: Colin Selig
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