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(Pic) Detailed Shadow Art Created Using Junk

(Pic) Detailed Shadow Art Created Using Junk
Dan Gould

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Renegade Futurist points us to the amazing artwork of Tim Noble and Sue Weber. The couple produced a brilliant series of pieces that use their trash as a kind of sculptor of light. When a light source is projected at the carefully created garbage piles, sharp, distinctive shadows appear on the walls beyond.

[Renegade Futurist via Environmental Graffiti]

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