11.01.17 by Staff

“Removed” by Artist Eric Pickersgill

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People pose as if holding their hand-held devices in this thought-provoking series by North Carolina-based artist Eric Pickersgill. Check out more images from “Removed” below.

 

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Eric Pickersgill’s Website

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  • Joseph DeBrabant

    Powerful message!





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