Artist Baptiste Debombourg Creates a Rollercoaster Sculpture Made Out of 1200 Café Chairs

Inspired by French outdoor cafés and restaurants, artist Baptiste Debombourg has created "Stellar" a large roller coaster-like sculpture made from 1,200 café chairs. Located in the public square at Place du Bouffay in Nantes, France, the aerial sculpture took 11 months to create and features two ellipses of chairs that rise up into the air, meet, and then separate. The shape also takes its inspiration from an artwork that Robert Delaunay made for the “Palais de l’Air” during the Paris World’s Fair in 1937.

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via [Contemporist]