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Yes Pls: There’s Nothing Like Funcional Sculptures from Brooklyn

March 31 2017 | BTSNYC
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Vases with Legs

The other day we were going through a list of local artists we wanted to interview. We bumped again into James Barber’s name, Founder of Yes Pls, selling funcional sculptures from Brooklyn.

Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Teath Soap Holder
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Skulls Incense Holder
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Wall Decors
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Wall Decors Front
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Vases with Legs
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Teeth Vase
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures Grey Ring Holder
Shop Home and Kids Yes Please Sculptures White Ring Holder
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We’ve mentioned this countless times: Brooklyn is the home of some of the most talented and creative artists in New York. The neighborhood is filled with upcoming and established artists sending their message out to the world in the most diverse ways.

It’s impossible to get tired of exploring and uncovering who is the next up and coming artist that will rock New York City!

We have heard about James Barber, Founder of Yes Pls, a while back. When we saw his work, we evidently fell in love immediately.

James has worked for over 10 years with molding and casting. He creates really unique and funcional pieces that will give your home a pretty unique type of personality.

You’ll find items from shelves and other items made of wood, to sculptures like skull incense holders. There are mini tripods that are great to place small flowers or our cactus friends. And still, his disruptive and quite interesting concrete teeth ashtrays will surely make your guests curious.

Everything from Yes Pls is certainly extremely creative and rather peculiar! Probably, the reason why we enjoy his pieces so much! The more disruptive and funcky looking, the better!

James lives and works in Brooklyn, but you can find his work online.

If you are the type that loved to learn new endeavors, take a look at what the workshops at Brooklyn Brainery are all about! They are a community-driven place where artists volunteer to teach their expertise. Another hand-on course you might enjoy, that is certainly therapeutical too, is at the Flower School NY, located in Chelsea.

www.yes-pls-store.com

 

Photo Credit: Courtesy of James Barber

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