KLM, the Royal Dutch Airlines commissioned me to make an art work for their headquarters in Amstelveen. Instead of using new materials they proposed to design the art work with used airplane parts and used KLM clothing, a perfect example of upclycling! I designed a blue Cichorei, a common flower in the Netherlands. In 2019 KLM, the Royal Dutch Airlines celebrated their 100th anniversary, so I made 100 flower leaves, one for each year.
Flowers for KLM
Materials: railroad clamps and bolts, departure boards
Commissioned by: NS, ProRail, Ondernemersfonds Utrecht
|Size||app. 230 x 150 cm, each flower 50 cm|
|Material||used fuel pipes, klm stewardess jacket's, pet felt, trimminggs of a pilot's hat, klm suitcases|
|Commissioned by||KLM, Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Type||one of a kind|