Trash shadows

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Trash shadows

I discovered Tim Noble and Sue Webster‘s amazing trash sculptures online a while back, while traveling somewhere with slow internet and forgot to post about them when I got home. Finally, here they are, old news to some but worth a first, second and third look if you ask me. This blog has a nice collection of photos.

6 Responses to “Trash shadows”

  1. Woolly M. Says:

    Beautiful.

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  3. Worth Repeating « everydaytrash Says:

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  5. Worth Repeating | 1800blogger Says:

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  6. ReuseItAll Says:

    I’ve never seen this and I’m blown away. I can’t wait to go look them up and see/read more about their art! Thanks!

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