Pip & Pop began in 2007, as a collaboration between Australian artists Tanya Schultz & Nicole Andrijevic.
In 2011 Nicole left to follow a different direction, while Tanya continues to create elaborate installations and works, sometimes individually and sometimes with other artists and friends.
Operating under the name Pip & Pop, Australian artist Tanya Schultz uses a combination of colorful candy, glitter, sand, toys, beads, and other bright objects to create gloriously dreamy, intricately patterned floor installations.
Of course, candy isn’t the only ingredient, as toys and masking tape and whatnot make an appearance. However, what appears to be sugar hills give the greatest effect to the installations. The shape is so fuzzy and smooth, it’s incredible. And of course, there’s the psychedelic joyride of all the colors of the rainbow – and some more.
Spectacular Colorful Floor Installations Made of Candy and Glitter: