Give us alllll the sprinkles.
Guns made out of sprinkles and glue. Framed in an acrylic shadowbox.
About the Artist
In a world inundated with constant allusions and delusions, the artist Tat Frederick pulls her inspiration from the understated wacky and weird details that are present in every day life. Tat creates her visions through sketches and collages and then executes each piece of artwork with other studio artists who bring her unique perspectives to life. Firmly rooted in the ideas of quiet mystery and being off the grid, the Scoutpack finds Tat to be a breath of fresh air in this noisy world of filters and fillers. Tat resides everywhere, yet nowhere.
- PLEASE NOTE -
This is a living piece of art. The artist is aware that sprinkles may fall inside the box over time and the intention is for them to fall gracefully in a way that will add additional character and evolve with the piece over time. If fallen sprinkles drive you crazy, the artist won’t be offended and recommends this fix:
Use a screw driver to pop off the silver caps and unscrew each one that attaches the acrylic box to the canvas. Once all screws are off, you can lift off the acrylic box. Brush out any sprinkles carefully and re-attach the acrylic box to the canvas using the screw driver. Be mindful of fingerprints and use a cloth to remove any marks on the inside of the acrylic before re-attaching the box.