Black Belle
The Queen
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Rachel Meuler
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Rachel Meuler
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Rachel Meuler
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Meuler
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Meuler
In Situ


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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Meuler
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Meuler
In Situ


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Rachel Meuler
In Situ


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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Meuler
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Rachel Meuler
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"Polygon" Art print
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Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!
image: Chris Burden, What My Dad Gave Me, 2008 
"I have always wanted to build a model skyscraper using Erector parts. [This] model skyscraper, built from a toy and 65 feet in height, takes on the dimensions of a full-sized building. The circle of actual buildings inspiring a toy in 1909, which is then used to build a model skyscraper the size of an actual building in 2008, is a beautiful metamorphosis." —Chris Burden Read more
publicartfund:

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!
image: Chris Burden, What My Dad Gave Me, 2008 
"I have always wanted to build a model skyscraper using Erector parts. [This] model skyscraper, built from a toy and 65 feet in height, takes on the dimensions of a full-sized building. The circle of actual buildings inspiring a toy in 1909, which is then used to build a model skyscraper the size of an actual building in 2008, is a beautiful metamorphosis." —Chris Burden Read more
publicartfund:

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!
image: Chris Burden, What My Dad Gave Me, 2008 
"I have always wanted to build a model skyscraper using Erector parts. [This] model skyscraper, built from a toy and 65 feet in height, takes on the dimensions of a full-sized building. The circle of actual buildings inspiring a toy in 1909, which is then used to build a model skyscraper the size of an actual building in 2008, is a beautiful metamorphosis." —Chris Burden Read more