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    i took apart used cooking/cleaning appliances, and arranged their interior parts very systematically on a white sheet of bristol board. my intention was to explore the hidden "brains" of these appliances; allowing us to view these everyday objects from a new perspective.

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    1. ebakkis 69 months ago | reply

      i've enjoyed looking at your photographs. my one question was, did you try to put them back together? and if you did, were you successful? just curious.

      thanks

    2. Michael Belisle 69 months ago | reply

      I suspect these are never going back together. But if they are, I'm dually impressed.

    3. walrusonedale 69 months ago | reply

      I'm guessing the focus is on the aesthetics of technology and mechanics and not on assembly. Why would I want to see another photograph of a blender or a toaster in one piece?

    4. pcleeds 69 months ago | reply

      Really, really beautiful. Thanks for these. Shared with friends who agree, the work's magical.

    5. duxxyuk 69 months ago | reply

      Absolutely fantastic pics. Cheers !

    6. andre in la 69 months ago | reply

      Beautiful work. Reminds me of my childhood when I was very much into disassembling. Appliances and toys.

    7. fr1zz 67 months ago | reply

      superbe series, i'm really loving these! :)

    8. Jocelyn Chuang 57 months ago | reply

      all the electrical appliances seem to somehow come alive in this set, the object on the left (forgive me I'm not familiar with these parts) almost seems to be like a jellyfish with tentacles.

    9. mikaku 51 months ago | reply

      Well done!
      Brilliant concept and excellent execution!

      Congrats on a great image,
      mikaku

      Mikaku  ~ Mikaku ~ http://www.flickr.com/people/doliveck/

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