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"Found in Nature" - By Rosenthal. A collection of litter transformed into minimalist works of art.

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"Found in Nature” Turns Pollution into the Solution

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Sam Taylor Wood / Still Life / 2001 watch the video on you tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJQYSPFo7hk

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Dazzling Photos of Rot and Fungus

Ok I know I'm on the strange side of being an artist... But I love these photos of the rotten and moldy growth. Some of them are absolutely amazing!

Dazzling Photos of Rot and Fungus

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These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

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Keith Arnatt ‘Pictures from a Rubbish Tip’, 1988–9 © Keith Arnatt Estate According to the photographer David Hurn, Arnatt’s decision to present the rubbish close up and in bright but diffuse lighting is an attempt to conceal the image’s context so that its subject – a piece of rubbish – is initially unidentifiable as such. Hurn has stated that the series is about looking – about the difference between knowing something and seeing something; the fact that we might know that this is a bit of…

'Pictures from a Rubbish Tip', Keith Arnatt | Tate

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'Pictures from a Rubbish Tip', Keith Arnatt | Tate

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Eat your art out: Artists develop a taste for food

Antony Gormley The growth of mould on the bread illustrates the life-death-life cycle literally: as one substance decays, another organism is able to take life. Bed, the usual location for conception, birth and death, becomes the ground for the transformative processes of life itself.

Eat your art out: Artists develop a taste for food

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