Why is it we can't get that steel-drum opening of Under the Sea out of our heads? Right! It's because a bunch of plaster octopus chandeliers by artist Adam Wallacavage were splashed all over the Internet today. Wallacavage is an artist who, "inspired by an obsession with the ocean and a fascination with extravagant interiors of old churches, [...] transformed the dining room of his South Philadelphia Victorian Brownstone into something from the pages of a Jules Verne novel." There's a half-dozen photos above and many more over here.
· Octopus Chandeliers by Adam Wallacavage [The Uniblog via Buzz Feed]
· Adam Wallacavage [Jonathan Levine Gallery]
· Octopus Chandeliers [Adam Wallacavage]