Belgian artist Elodie Antoine uses traditional lace-making techniques to create beautiful industrial landscapes. Unconcerned about conventions and traditions, she uses this technique on a less classic way; she diverts it, she mixes cheerfully its rigidity and its flexibility. Structures such as a crane on a building site, or a succession of electric pylons, replace the traditional lace image of flowers, animals and curly patterns.
Find out more about Elodie's work here.
via [I Love Belgium]