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Midday Muse: Everyday Art

French photographer JR is known for his political art installations, but that doesn't mean every picture he captures is rife with controversial content. Sometimes, the message is more subtle. While JR may simply be showing us the gorgeous colors and patterns of the clothing on this line in Monrovia, Liberia, I, of course, will use the image to urge you to create your own fabric art installation in your backyard — on your clothesline.
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ashantixoxo ashantixoxo 8 years
this is cute reminds me of home.We had a large field behind , lots of green grass behind our house and these clothelines as well. I was fun watching m y bigger cousins hang the washed clothes and us lil ones playing hide n seek between the clothes...( Cameroon)
lilCROAT03 lilCROAT03 8 years
i can tell it's not in the states, i'm in europe and we have those old retro blankets still in our closets!
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