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Looked behind a big rock in my back yard and discovered an ant farm.

Looked behind a big rock in my back yard and discovered an ant farm.

FRAMEicariums may be an awkward name, but so too is the odd juxtaposition of chipped and faded vintage paintings with ants and sand trapped between them on a glass cover. Reusing retro artwork that would otherwise be discarded, these designs play on a combination of classic ideas of art, modern found objects and dynamic natural forces.

FRAMEicariums may be an awkward name, but so too is the odd juxtaposition of chipped and faded vintage paintings with ants and sand trapped between them on a glass cover. Reusing retro artwork that would otherwise be discarded, these designs play on a combination of classic ideas of art, modern found objects and dynamic natural forces.

This ant farm was designed by Hugh Hayden and Katie Vitale for BKLYN Designs, and uses a salvaged photo frame to display a real-life ant-farm. The name, FRAMEicarium, comes from the word formicarium or ant farm. Plexiglas is wedged between the frame and punctured to allow for air and feeding holes.

This ant farm was designed by Hugh Hayden and Katie Vitale for BKLYN Designs, and uses a salvaged photo frame to display a real-life ant-farm. The name, FRAMEicarium, comes from the word formicarium or ant farm. Plexiglas is wedged between the frame and punctured to allow for air and feeding holes.

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