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Visual Journal : July 1 2015

I thought I had reached a point in life where I know longer needed to go into self-serve laundromats. Ironically it’s my expensive clothing that has using them again. My most delicate and expensive pieces of clothing — as well as t-shirts that came with very silly price tags — I carefully hand wash and dry at home. When near dry I take them to a laundromat to fluff, remove wrinkles and help them keep their shape. A fine example of the things you own, owning you. Below are 2 postcard-shaped pieces of paper taped to the front glass door. The other sides were blank. Back side of door: Reminds me of David Carson’s style and compositional sensibility. Front side of door: Reminds me of my fascination with mold patterns on white bread.