1. I have archived much of my life through collected objects.
2. I have moved a smaller studio, making it necessary that I get rid of a lot of these objects.
3. I have done so by using them as the raw material for one enormous collage, created inside a 30-yard dumpster.
4. Oh, also, I have photographed around 500 of these objects and will display them here, accompanied by a brief history of each item.


The Dumpster is now on view 7 days a week, from 8am til 8pm at Brooklyn's own DeKalb Market at City Point. The Dekalb Market is a community of makers, artists, farmers and chefs residing in a collection of salvaged shipping containers. And now, one dumpster. Click on the link at the top right of this blog for directions (look for the deer head).
Here are some pictures of the Dumpster's new digs and how it got there. I love you, Ray.

Open for viewing 7 days a week, 8 am until 8pm or so.
The Dekalb Market is a bunch of shipping containers that have been turned into stores where you can buy things that Target doesn't sell. Cool things made by people who actually have a connection to the thing they make. No offense, Globalness. Really, I mean, I rely on you for electronics and underwear.

Here is the Dumpster being delivered.

Said delivery was handled by a man named Ray. Ray can fit his truck into places I couldn't skate through. Above and beyond that, Ray is cooler about maneuvering a large moving vehicle through tight spots than I am about watching air.

And here it is, nestled between some coffee shop made out of a container and a plot of land used to grow stuff you can eat with your face, right in the middle of Brooklyn.


  1. pure. awesomeness. also love the first open pic.

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