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    After over 40 hours of work and over 100,000 staples, artist Peter Root‘s “Ephemicropolis” city of staples art installation is complete. Hundreds of variously sized stacks of staples create a tiny urban landscape. By the pinch of Root’s fingertips and meticulous structural organization, his vision c...
    August 14, 2012

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