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myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

myedol:

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes

When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

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i soooo need this!!
debbie harry

itouchishoot:

A classic Sound of Art piece from @chickensandrobots , which was shown and sold in 2006, James Brown as Sex Machine stenciled on bonded cassette tapes…gotta love art #throwbackthursday #exhibit #art #nyc #artist #classic #2006 #jamesbrown #sex #music #stencil #cassette #tapes #artofseduction (Taken with Instagram)