Sam Harmon
pysanky series: museum shop coaster
Pysanky is a traditional Ukrainian Easter wax -resist egg dying process. Traditionally, the imagery on the eggs is intricate, symbolic, and thematically Christian.
The tradition is recontextualized, and the eggs mimic the imagery of the things to which they are affixed, while drawing attention to themselves as independent parts. The eggs, culturally and physically foreign, are beauty marks on the face of our visual everyday.
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