Sugar dance by Linda Florence

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Wallpaper designer Linda Florence created a patterned dance floor of sieved icing sugar at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, which served as a stage for a performance by ballroom dancers.

As they moved, the dancers' feet created new patterns in the sugar, which had been dusted over the floor using stencils.

The sugar dance - officially called the One of a Kind Tea Dance - took place last month as part of the V&A's Friday Late event on 25 January.

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Posted on Sunday, February 10th, 2008 at 9:22 pm by . See our copyright policy. Before commenting, please read our comments policy.

  • http://thememoirs.org range

    Looks really interesting. So the sugar was actually on the dancefloor, not underneath it? That’s incredible.

  • Serena Trab

    So poetical!

  • mekaratta

    sweet dancing!

  • Architecture Nowadays…

    Beautiful!

  • F

    a fairytale ..
    magic ..

  • http://www.publicitywit.com Publicity Wit

    This is really beautiful, and original. Love it. Thank you for sharing it!

  • lab_

    nice and sweet. i’m loving it!

  • Nisa

    Really cool stuff…if I were the dancer, I wouldn’t dance it…it’s just too beautiful and precious!!

  • Sarah

    Thats really inventive, I’m curious though, what shoes did they wear since if they were wearing ballroom shoes wouldn’t that have ruined them?

  • http://www.travel-to-florence.com Malika

    do you guys have a recommendation section, i’d like to suggest some stuff