Bumblebee installs ‘Unlimted Talk and Text’ out in the wild…

Southern California based emerging artist Bumblebee recently placed the special installation he created for our ‘A Cry For Help’ show back into the wild and shot us over a pic of it in all its glory that we just had to share with you all.

To see pics of the original installation click here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thinkspace/sets/72157623051068407/

To keep up with Bumblebee watch here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/theuglyyou

“This installation entitled ‘Unlimited Talk and Text’ challenges us to face the reality of the times we live in. A 10ft (3m) paper mâché tree sculpted with pages from found phone books is reincarnated again to its natural posture reminding us of the past we once lived in while at the same time reminding us of the future that is ahead of us. The phonebook is no longer a necessity as technology advances us into a paperless society putting this species of ‘staple household items’ on the endangered list while the process of making these books also leads to putting species of trees, forests, habitats, etc. on the endangered list as well.” – bumblebeelovesyou

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