Kim Alsbrook – My White Trash Family

Kim Alsbrooks‘ “White Trash Series” was developed while living in the South out of frustration with some of the prevailing ideologies, in particular, class distinction. This ideology seems to be based on a combination of myth, biased history and a bizarre sentimentality about old wars and social structures. With the juxtaposition of the portraits from museums, once painted on ivory, now on flattened trash like beer cans and fast food containers, the artist sets out to even the playing field, challenging the perception of the social elite in today’s society.

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Kim Alsbrooks – Recycled Can Portraits

Philadelphia artist Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portrait paintings on disregarded flattened beers cans and fast food containers.

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BevShots – Art Distilled

Bevshots are photographs of alcohol under a microscope. These high-quality photographs of your favorite beers, wines, cocktails, liquors, and mixers were taken after they were crytallized on a slide and shot under a polarized light microscope. As the light refracts through the beverage crystals, the resulting photos feature naturally magnificent colors and composition.


Champagne

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