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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Petula Abernathy." Her story is here:
https://sites.google.com/…/mi…/noses/petula-hanson-abernathy

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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Ami Bloom." Her story is here:
https://sites.google.com/…/landr…/home/mixed/noses/ami-bloom

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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Alexander Michael Dobransky ." His story is here:

https://sites.google.com/…/noses/alexander-michael-dobransky

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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Angelica Suzanne Heart." Her story is here:
https://sites.google.com/…/mix…/noses/angelica-suzanne-heart

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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Elizabeth Guinevere Hopkins." Her story is here: https://sites.google.com/…/noses/elizabeth-guinevere-hopkins

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This one of an eight piece series of noses mounted on forged steel upright embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Elizabeth Guinevere Hopkins." She has a story here:

https://sites.google.com/…/noses/elizabeth-guinevere-hopkins

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This is one of an eight-piece series of noses. The nose is mounted on a forged steel upright and embedded in a concrete and steel base. Each piece comes with a story about the fictional owner of the nose. The story is presented in a small booklet - about 2" x 2'. Each piece is signed and dated.

This piece is entitled "Pablo Ruiz Pariso." He has a story here:
https://sites.google.com/…/ho…/mixed/noses/pablo-ruiz-pariso

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

"The Weightlifter" suspends an unspecified amount of weight over his head with one arm. The weight is such that it cracks the floor beneath the athlete yet has no effect on the athletes posture. He stands fit, strong, proud, and forever, despite the failing infrastructure.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

This piece "The Voyeur's Wife" shows a man at the city edge looking at women (in bikinis a the local beach) through his binoculars. His wife is wise to his behavior and has commandeered a crane from a junk yard and has placed a wrecking ball in position lest her husband cease and desist with his voyeurism.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

The person in this piece "Working with Net" double-dares fate by rolling along a sphere while balancing on the tightrope. While this is risky business, he is working with a net to save him, providing he is not squished through the net by the ball.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

This piece "A Prisoner of Time and Space" shows a prisoner infinitely toiling to reconcile the relationship between time, space, and gravity. The victim labors away on a foot-worn path of carbon, turning a plane of existence influenced by gravity.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

In this piece "Save Yourself", the baby-sitter, yes, probably the baby-sitter, abandons the child to save herself from being crushed by the falling steel ball.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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This is one is a series of eight inspired by the type of ideas expressed in The New Yorker cartoons. Each piece uses the sphere to illustrate suspension and tension in the form of support, balance, and danger.

This piece "Anxiety" shows a person suspended on a buoy over a shark-infested sea. While the outcome is inevitable, the person will remain in the state of anxiety for infinity as he is constructed of steel and welded to the buoy post. The shark, on the other hand, will remain in a perpetual state of hope and hunger.

https://sites.google.com/…/landrettistudio/home/metal/the-s…

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When thinking seriously about art, becoming an artist, and expressing artistic imagination to its fullest, Hunter Thompson’s intensity comes front and center. From "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," he offers the poignant quote: “No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride ... and if it occasionally gets a little heavier than what you had in mind, well ... maybe chalk it off to forced consciousness expansion: Tune in, freak out, get beaten.”