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    • Nadia Turanski

      ‘In Wisconsin, where I live, the majority of rural land is utilized for raising cows, either for grazing land, growing food for cattle, or appropriating water for livestock so I started thinking about how to represent this in a graphic form,’ so said Nicolas Lampert of his art series, Meatscapes, which displaces geographical and architectural forms with slabs of meat. Good try, but it’s not going to stop us from going “W… T… F…”.

    • chicagobrunette

      Meatscapes: marinated mountains, kebab towers and more

    • Péter Tóth

      Romance : montage photo

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