From the Nicely Packaged Buy Nothing department:
I thought I posted about this before but I’ll be damned if I can find it in the archives.
This is a street installation from street artist Tano. S/he calls this one “Buy Nothing Chicago.” Several empty packages were hung on a wall on Chicago’s busy Division street. I absolutely love the visual aesthetic this gives. It’s similar to how I perceive a store when I walk in with no intention of purchasing anything.
I just hope Tano didn’t have to buy all of the original items in these packages to create this piece.
(Wooster Collective via Chicagoist & Michaelia)
Posted by Kevin on August 31st, 2006 filed in
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