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Diagrammed Machine Innards As Art

I thought I had a good eye for recognizing electronics as art, but it's nothing compared to artist/photographer Britney Badger, who has created compositions of disassembled household appliances and photographed them to breathtaking effect.

I was fascinated by what I found inside when I started taking electronics apart when I was younger, so these pieces really appeal to me. The price for an original? Just $50.


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EvilDorkGirl EvilDorkGirl 8 years
Wow, I really like this! As an artist myself, $50 for a piece of art -- especially an original -- seems like quite a bargain. If you're looking for "bargain art" you should look to the mass-produced stuff Urban Outfitters, posters.com, etc. churns out. But it won't be nearly as unique, it'll be lower print quality, 1,000 other people will have your piece, and you won't be helping a starving artist. I also totally get that shelling out $50 for a print isn't on everybody's priority list. :-)
aistea311 aistea311 8 years
Cute, but not $50 cute.
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