Incredible Staples Art

Sometimes you come across some interesting projects on the internet, where people are constantly striving for a new angle on creativity and design, even the things as ordinary as staples…Today, we will present you with some incredible staples art, which use tens of thousands of staples as elements to create portrait or even city.

Incredible Portrait by Staples [link]

This is the work of French artist Baptiste Debombourg

Elements: 35 000 staples
Dimensions: 2,7×2,5m
Realisation time: 75 hours

Incredible Portrait by Staples

Staples City By Peter Root [link]

Peter Root is an artist from Guernsey with a rather individual style, who certainly has an eye for the minature things in life.

Low-Rise is a precarious assemblage of thousands of free-standing stacks of staples densely tesselated to create a city-like mosiac. Like a city, the staples are subject to the elements, on a micro scale. The slightest breath or vibration and the domino effect kicks in.

Elements: 100,000 staples

Staples City By Peter Root

Staples Art by robobriendesign [link]

Linda (left) and Debbie(right)

Staples Art by robobriendesign

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7 Responses

  1. mouse says:

    oh… i like the staple city

  2. hao says:

    the first Portrait is amazing

  3. Teen Kasia says:

    Wow this staple city is amazing! I can’t imagine how much work does this took to create. Really impressive.

  4. Rob O'Brien says:


    I’m one of the artist featured here. Here’s my new website. Check it out.



  1. September 19, 2011

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