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  2. thomforsyth:

    Stuart Haygarth,

    DUNGENESS ( work in progress)

    I have been collecting man-made debris from the Dungeness coastline in Kent over many years. I am sorting and categorizing the mass of objects and from each grouping creating a piece of work.

    The finished pieces take different forms such as sculptural & functional objects and photographic documentation.

    So far I have completed 4 works. The first being ‘Tide Mark’ (2004) which is both an installation piece and a photographic work. Tide Mark is a collection of primarily plastic objects categorized by colour. Starting with white objects and ending with black, a kind of tide mark through the colour spectrum is produced.

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  3. Rasmus Norlander

     

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  5. chronicvacation: found this set of 7 all together

     

  6. ed: Even I have to stay tuned to see what Michael Nannery is up to next.

     

  7. SUBMISSION: Inks Run

     

  8. ed: Photographer?

    edit: Okay, they’re skates from Urban Outfitters. The skates are nice, but I like the photo better than the skates.

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  9. Anonymous said: must be the ocd in me as well, but that awesome poster from the 60s/70s is also a calendar i just wanted to make sure everyone knows cause its badass...

     

  10. Jens Mortensen for The New York Times

    Danny Meyer’s empire.

     

  11. Twig by Pinch Design.

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