Fine Portraits Painted On Trash

Fine Portraits Painted On Trash

Originally created back in 2004, artist Kim Alsbrooks has an ongoing series that explores the separation between social structures and class systems. Kim paints miniature portraits of traditional upper-class society members onto flattened cans and fast food containers. The balance between Alsbrooks' fine portraits and trash is the artist's way of evening the social playing field. Hit the thumbs for a closer look at class equality explored through trash miniatures. [ItsNiceThat]

Tags: portraits, trash-art, kim-alsbrooks
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