"Around 55 degrees (best way)" - wooden pallet, wine cooler, sod, coconut growing medium, Perlite, 2015.
"Size 12 (before business)" - urethane resin, alginate, 2015.
"I swear to god he closed the merger because of his shoes" - leather shoe, rubble, threaded rod, nut, twigs, sand, clamp on light fixture, grow bulb, 2015.
"Proud Businessman taking steps forward (MAERSK)" - diptych - laser-etched corrugated tropical fruit trays, 2015.
"Fully Sustainable Rainbow" - 57 gallon open top plastic drum with lockable clamp ring, soaker hose, 2015.
"28 commercial uses (high absorbency)" - cardboard box, vermiculite, 2015.
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