This is one of a series of on-going recycling art projects.  Many of them are studies in the psychology of apophenia and pareidolia.  In many ways, this is an extension of the concept of anthropomorphism in literature.  All three of these are a reflection of human consciousness and how it sees the world around it.  I also like to call my projects dysfunctional art.  They are objects that have been removed from their function and have become something other.

About johnsmithiiimxiii

John Smith, IIMXIII is the avatar of an award winning poet, artist, etc. who still lives in the Palouse country of the Pacific NW. He has not received much notice with his prose . . . but as his avatar, I hope that he keeps plugging along.

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