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  • Karin Sequen

    Dirty White Trash (with Gulls) 1998 - By optical illusion and shadow artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster

  • Judith Trimarchi

    Amazing Silhouette Art Made Out of Trash - Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary things including rubbish, and use it to create art. Usually they focus on creating projection images of self portraits. This particular pile of garbage took 6 months for them to collect, if you look at the shadow in the background it creates is two people sitting back to back drinking and smoking.

  • Eva Ellis

    Tim Noble and Sue Webster Dirty White Trash [With Gulls] 1998 Six months' worth of the artists' rubbish

  • coye D

    Tim Noble and Sue Webster, a London-based artist duo. They create amazing shadow art installations using carefully arranged objects, from trash to metal cans shot with BB pellets, arranged to cast shadows of people and skylines on the wall when a light is shined from a certain direction. Unbelievable game of shadows.

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Silhouette Art, Optical Illusions, The Artists, Art Installations, Sue Webster, Tim Noble, Dirty White, Dr. Suess, Shadows Art

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