Colorful Floor Installations Made Of Candy And Glitter, Oh My!
No, you are not having Wreck-it Ralph flashbacks. This is indeed some crazy colorful saccharine art, all courtesy of Tanya Schultz, the sole remaining member of Pip & Pop. Yes, sweets, sugars, candies and other stuff that usually belongs in the mouth is used in these colorful (to put it lightly) works of art. And all of them are quite expansive, too. Oh the tears that children must shed when they hear about the creative process behind these pieces.
Of course, candy isn’t the only ingredient, as toys and masking tape and whatnot make an appearance. However, what appears to be sugar hills give the greatest effect to the installations. The shape is so fuzzy and smooth, it’s incredible. And of course, there’s the psychedelic joyride of all the colors of the rainbow – and some more. Pip & Pop has been doing it since 2007, when it was started by Australian duo of Tanya Schultz and Nicole Adrijievic. Nicole took a different direction in 2011, but Tanya soldiers on.
And what a colorful effort that is.