from the knees of my nose to the belly of my toe
- Esther Jablotschkin
For long there wasn’t a lot going on in Margate, a sleepy little town in the county Kent, England. Until recently, when the british artist and designer Alex Chinneck caused a stir with the clever remodeled facade of an old ruinous house in the Cliftoncille district: it lays half slid down in the front yard and now reveals the emptied upper floor.+ Read More
Especially striking is that everything of the facade, like brick facing, windows and front door, make a perfect bend, as if it slid down like a piece of clothing in an unobserved moment. The 12 month long planned and realized project has something funny, so it’s not surprising that its title reminds of a children’s song – ‘From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toe’. Alex Chinneck is known for his surreal constructions at ordinary buildings. This project will be seen in the 1 Godwin Road, Cliftonville, Margate until october 2014.
All images © Alex Chinneck | Via: dezeen