Married Couples Team Up to Create Shoe Sculptures Using Everyday Materials

For her latest project titled "One Brown Shoe", British conceptual artist Lenka Clayton asked one hundred married couples in twelve countries to create a single brown shoe using materials found around their homes. They were asked not to discuss the project with their partners and to make their shoe in secret. Made from cat food boxes, packing tape, knitting, childhood sneakers, stolen office supplies, plate steel, Cuban cigars, animal crackers, nut shells, and a thousand other odds and ends, each pair of shoes reveals a portrait of two individuals, of one couple, and of the difference between the two.


 Find out more about the project here.

via [It's Nice That]