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   xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Dec 17 01:12 AM

Dec 17, 2009: Dust

Ashes to ashes, and dust to art.

Invite Paul Hazelton to your home and the chances are it will be spotless by the time he leaves. Why? He likes nothing better than scooping up dust, taking it home and turning it into sculptures.
Come on over Paul, I'll give you a hernia.

Mr Hazelton starts by collecting dust from furniture, pictures and window sills – but not vacuum cleaners, which he says contaminate the waste. He then transforms the particles into sculptures – some of which are 50cm (20in) high – by wetting them, shaping them and carefully drying them.
I'd guess making them is only half the battle, then there's keeping them dry, keeping them safe, and keeping them....

... from getting dusty.



SPUCK  Thursday Dec 17 06:32 AM

Hi Paul.
This is your mother..
I got here early.
You had a lot of dust here and I had nothing to do so I vacuumed it all up.


Griff  Thursday Dec 17 06:32 AM

Yay! I'm an artist!

ZenGum  Thursday Dec 17 06:36 AM

Ahhh .... aaahhhhhh ....... AAAAHHHHHCCHHOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

skysidhe  Thursday Dec 17 07:58 AM

If I had that kind of motivation I would rearrange my closet.

lawman  Thursday Dec 17 02:13 PM

some people just have too much time on their hands.

Gravdigr  Thursday Dec 17 03:36 PM

Originally Posted by skysidhe View Post
If I had that kind of motivation I would rearrange my closet.
You're not using the right kind of dust.

beauregaardhooligan  Friday Dec 25 04:17 PM

Especially gross when you consider something like 80% of dust is made from shed human skin cells.

casimendocina  Saturday Dec 26 02:27 AM

Nothing like a bit of inventive recycling.

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