EGO Project at Burning Man 2012

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    The EGO Project by Laura Kimpton, Mike Garlington and Jonny Hirschmugl.

    Laura's team spent a year making plaster cast of sports trophies, religious iconography, cherubs, guns, skulls and other miscellaneous found objects, then spray painting them gold and forming them in the 20 feet tall letters E, G and O. The sculpture was burned on Saturday evening.

    More here: www.111minnagallery.com/2012/ego/

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    1. Rita Willaert 47 months ago | reply

      What a big work! Congratulations!

    2. Eddie Cochran Oliver 47 months ago | reply

      How bizzare, I had never heard of this until reading about it in a book called Pronoia and ever since I have seen images of it all over the web. Great shot.

    3. Kung D. Pow 47 months ago | reply

      OffdaLipp I am guessing plaster? Hence the plaster cast part of the narrative below the photo?

    4. Shot by Shane 47 months ago | reply

      brilliant shot for an iphone!

    5. Roobroob 47 months ago | reply

      well seen the people really add to the feel of the image

    6. Nagashippo 47 months ago | reply

      untie your ego self ,let "YOU" feel the freedom of this temporarily world.

    7. kevin dooley 47 months ago | reply


      Seen and Appreciated in
      PHOTO ART NON-SQUARE

    8. xyz.photo [mostly off] 47 months ago | reply


      Seen and Appreciated in
      PHOTO ART NON-SQUARE

    9. PaintedWorksByKB.com 47 months ago | reply

      Woo Hoo, burning man! An awesome feat ~

    10. cyber1990 47 months ago | reply

      Crazy like............i dont know.

    11. Sasha's Lab 47 months ago | reply

      Makes me think of a quote from Douglas Adams' Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy:

      "If there's anything more important than my ego around, I want it caught and shot now."
      -- Zaphod Beeblebrox

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