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35mm Slides Make Literal Slide Curtains

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Curtains come in all shapes and sizes and colors. They even come in sheer fabrics to let a bit of light in. But maybe you want something a little more colorful, that will the light through while looking unique. These 35mm slide curtains will do nicely.
Scott Sherwood made this colorful set of slide curtains. Getting so many images was easy since he has amassed a huge collection of images from around the world by different photographers over the years. Naturally he made curtains from his selections in his 35mm film archive.


Scott arranged the 1,152 slides by dominant color, which flow from pink to red to orange to yellow to green to blue and to purple. The slides are inside slide mounts, which are connected to each other with 7,000 metal rings and held on to a curtain rod with 36 large rings. The 5’7” by 6’ curtain took four months of work, but it looks pretty awesome, so it was worth it.


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