A little bit of sweetness at 10 Downing Street!
Where: England When: February 2012
A little bit of sweetness at 10 Downing Street! Belfast artist Brendan Jamison is injecting a bit of sweetness into British politics with a sculpture of the door of 10 Downing Street made entirely out of sugar cubes. Whereas most art is displayed in a white cube, Jamison's art is made of white cubes. The scale model of the iconic door uses 5,117 sugar cubes and took two months to make. Jamison used a special glue that is absorbed into the sugar to hold the cubes together. The Belfast sculptor is well known for his sugar art, having already carved models of Belfast City Hall, Tate Modern and the Reichstag out of sugar.
Mandatory Credit: Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio/ - England - February 2012
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