Designed and built using a pallet of 44″ long, pine 2 x12 panels to accommodate a large collection of art books for University of Chicago scholars. The boxes at the base each open up for storage. Judging from the kid's writing professing undying love and friendship, support for Led Zeppelin and other acid era rockers, and hand-drawn pornography, the pine was once school library shelving. The edges of the boards are sanded and waxed, and the entire installation is outlined with weathered cedar fencing found in an alley in Hyde Park.
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