20,000 Leagues Under The Ceiling

by Christian

 

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The recent post on serving trays brought out comments from a reader horrified at the thought of eating from a tray depicting a monstrous octopus (not to mention the shock of the $600 price tag). And so I dedicate this post to him.

Pictured are the octopus chandeliers of artist Adam Wallacavage. Drop him a line if you’d like to commission one. The New York Times has a piece on him here.

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