Crushed Cans

This project displays discarded and decaying beverage cans that I’ve collected from the streets. My collecting served three purposes. One, to tidy up the polluted streets from this litter. Two, to capture the graphical beauty of the crushed, crumpled and rusty cans. And three to dispose them properly for recycling in the dedicate waste bin afterwards. Isolated against a plain background the cans look like graphic sculptures, driven flat by the wheels of traffic.

Dormant Land (continued)

A book about that barren land on where the urbanisation, indifference and foolhardiness the nature is transforming into an asphalt puddle.

The softcover papers are made from farming waste, the kozo endpapers are sumi-e painted, the 48 printed pages are on recycled paper, bound with metal clip and thread stitched enforced corners, measuring 205 x 250 mm, is not numbered but signed with a name seal. There will be 5 or 6 books available for sale and 1 artist proof.

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