Nanan1's amazing customs on display in France, available online for the not-so-French

2:54 PM on 01.26.2009 // Topher Cantler

Yes, that awesome thing you see above was once a Labbit. Vinyl artist Nanan1 is responsible for some of the coolest vinyl customs we've ever seen, and it appears we're not the only ones who think so. From February 3rd through the 28th at French shop Enter your Name, the French Customania Project participant's works will be on display for all to see.

The show is entitled Chirurgie vinyllique... et autres petites interventions plastiques, (Vinyl Surgery... and other little plastic operations), and will feature more than 20 exclusive pieces. If you're outside of France and can't swim quite that far, fret not. All of the works on display at the exhibition will be available for purchase online after the launch party on February 5th. 

Check out some of Nanan1's awesome handiwork in the gallery below, or at his Myspace.

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