Florent Tanet

I couldn’t find out much about the enigmatic French artist Florent Tanet, but it’s clear that this creative has a lot of talent. This series of colour coded and beautifully arranged vegetables were created for the exhibition La Grande Epicerie de Paris, loosely translated as “The Great Grocery of Paris”.

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3 Responses to Florent Tanet

  1. Dear Cath,

    Just wanted to say that a little spelling mistake sneaked in: it’s Florent rather than Floret (I don’t know him, but should be a male French name).
    I’d also like to draw your attention to a German artist I stumbled across just a few days ago, especially her series “Strange Fruit” which has a lot in common with Florent’s work.
    Sarah Illenberger: http://sarahillenberger.com/index.php?c=work
    You might like it too!

    Kind regards, Sig

    • wolfeyebrows says:

      Thanks for the correction Sig. I have altered the post to the correct spelling. I know of Sarah Hillenberger’s work. She is very talented.

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