Dustin Yellin's Stunning "Window Sandwiches"

Dustin Yellin
 is a Brooklyn-based artist commissioned by the New York City Ballet to do a series of his glass sculptures shown here, which he calls "Psychogeographies" because “they feel like maps of the psyche.”

Each sculpture presses found items such as books, magazines and street trash between large-scale plates of glass. Yellin explains,

“Imagine if you were to make a drawing on a window, and then you were to take another window and glue it to that window… until you had a window sandwich. I make window sandwiches.”

Each stunning sculpture — in this case, of dancers to honor the ballet — weighs 3,000 pounds. The finished pieces were installed in Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater. See more of Yellin's incredible pieces at his website, and follow him on Instagram. -Via Colossal

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