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Branch gallery

Branch gallery

Today I’ll spare you my usual 2000 words Introduction. I had an empty spot on the wall, where I wanted to hang some images but the usual photo frame gallery was too boring for me, so I built a branch gallery.

Material

ast

You need a branch which is not too crooked …

holz

… thin wood panels with the measurements 10cm X 15cm. One for each image …

bild

… and pretty images with the measurements 10cm X 15cm.

Step 1

loch

First I drilled at both ends of the branch small holes in the wood.

Step 2

seil

Through these holes, I then pulled white parcel string and made a big knot at the bottom.

Step 3

gehängter ast

Next, I have hung the branch on the wall to see for how many images I have space.

Step 4

loch2

Then I’ve taken my wood panels and drilled at the top holes in the middle.

Step 5

piekser

Then I glued the images on to the wood and poked a small hole with a pin from behind through the drilled hole in the paper.

Step 6

detail

Everything that was now left was to tie the images with white thread to the branch.

front1

artists:

1. Yael Berger – Succulents in black planter
2. unknown to me
3. Kati Immonen – Välähdys
4. Arthur Rackham – Looking very undancey indeed
5. Nick Knight – Flora

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