As part of the Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery’s exhibit L(a)ttitudes, Avner Bar Hama created a map of Israel entirely out of these oranges. Now that the exhibit is over, they need a good home.
We’re auctioning them off on eBay right now with the starting bid of $50 (plus $25 shipping).
What you ask, will you do with 1000 oranges? Well, we’ll be happy to tell you how best to shape them into a map of Israel, or any other country, territory or citrus-producing geographical area you might want to depict.
They make great stage props, if you have a play set in say, Florida, or a sea-drama that features the delusions of a scurvy-stricken sailor.
Thinking of opening an Orange Julius? These make excellent window dressing (very convincing too).
Big fan of Syracuse University? Become the ultimate Orange fan. Imagine your dorm room or frat house literally covered in oranges.
Keeping with the college theme, the FedEx Orange Bowl will be held on January 1, 2009 and your team could be in it (especially if your team is in the ACC and unlikely to contend for the actual national championship–I’m looking at you Terp fans). Be prepared by buying your fake oranges today at a steep discount–off-season.
Of course, these are just a few of the hundreds of uses one could put 1000 fake oranges toward. Whatever your need for fake oranges might be, there’s never been a better time to buy. So bid now.