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Trash Talk

Andrew Sutherland and Peter Sutherland
Artists' Books
20 × 28 × 0.3 cm

Trash Talk is a collaborative publication by brothers, artists and longtime collaborators Andrew and Peter Sutherland. Limited to 200 copies, this risograph printed book is a visual documentation of wrecking yards, scrap metal heaps and other discarded objects. Thanks to the good folks at Heavytime (Melbourne).

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