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    Obsessive Consumption: What Did You Buy Today? (Ink drawings of sundry items by Kate Bingaman-Burt)

  • Don Misquitta

    Obsessive Consumption by Kate Bingaman Burt. katebingamanburt....

  • Marisa Urrutia

    Obsessive Consumption: What Did You Buy Today? Kate Bingaman Burt believes that our daily lives are filled with consumption and that everything we buy has its own story to tell. Obsessive Consumption: What Did You Buy Today? is a selection of her daily purchase drawings. She started drawing something that she had purchased each day on February 5th, 2006 and this book contains three years worth of drawings. You can follow recent daily drawings on her blog or buy her book here.

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