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My Laura Lombardi Hoops

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 24 May, 2018

I love the work of New York-based Laura Lombardi and get inspired by her visual world. She balances a raw style with elements of classical art, sculpture and mixed media, it doesn’t get too pretty, which I like. She works almost exclusively in raw or recycled materials and sees her work as an exercise in sustainability. Explore her world here. The hoops are the Medium Hoops and the additional images are from her Tumblr.


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