Amazing Shadow Art



Artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have taken piles of trash and turned them into interesting abstract artworks depicting people or animals. The piece above is called White Trash (With Gulls), it is comprised of six month's worth of trash and two dead sea gulls. The image portrayed is a self portrait of the artists relaxing with a glass of wine.

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That has got to be the coolest and most original thing I have seen in a long time. The effect on the shadow is amazing. But is that a Merlot or a Blush... LOL :)
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And Neil - thanks for the "pop showboating errors".
Go to the link below and read the usage notes. This is what happens in the course of languages. If it didn't we would still be saying "Wherefore art thou on thy soapbox?".
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/comprised
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Seriously, people. The artist (I assume) is white. The piece is COMPOSED of trash. It is a self portrait Hence, white trash. Get over it.
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Mytake, they are calling this piece of art "White Trash". They are not trashing whites. Unless you have some other description of this piece I'm not sure why you are all freaking out about this.
~Xtina

p.s. I am white.
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@Steve

You took the words right out of my mouth! T.O. Stinks! On the "White Trash", totally unnecessary title. The name obscures any point they were trying to make.
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