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January 12, 2016 AT 4:00 pm

Future Fossils by Bughouse #ArtTuesday

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This project is so fun! From My Modern Met:

All of Klarin’s Future Fossils are objects and tools that were once widely-used and/or historically important. Now, thanks to the artist’s clever treatment, these items look weathered and distressed, as if they’ve recently been excavated from deep beneath the Earth. They serve as a reminder that time is fleeting in the world of technology—rapid advancements, in as little as 15 or 20 years, cause devices to become obsolete, making them artifacts of another era.

Read more and check out Bughouse’s site


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