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Craftsman Creates Text Installations on Discarded Object and Appliances

"Miguel Marquez Outside" is a Tumblr blog by Australian road craftsman Michael Pederson, archiving an arrangement of content interventions on items discovered lost or disposed of in different Sydney areas. 

The craftsman utilizes self-adhesive letters, to introduce suggestive words and expressions before leaving the scene with the words left in place.

Eventually, his work tries to captivate the viewer as accomplice in a progressing dialog while understanding the objective of the fine art is the thing that it summons.

Text Installations on Discarded Object and Appliances

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