Stuff at Work

Feature

Saturday, January 08, 2005

A towering curve of yellow interoffice envelopes sits in the lobby of a Portland office building. It’s the work of visual artist Larissa Brown. After this office worker took a sculpture class, she became inspired to make art pieces from the supplies at work — shipping tags, staplers, and typewriter ribbon. Produced by Dmae Roberts and hearingvoices.com.

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