The Teabag Prophecies

About a year ago I started collecting teabags because I loved the organic-ness of a used and dried up bag of tea. I also love repetition and the linearity of things. There is something very regimental and military-like about any ordinary object or human being stacked side by side; almost but not altogether uniform. I brought this back out today and restarted work on it with help from my sister, Yasmine, who took all the pictures except for the ones with her in them, obviously.

1 Comments on “The Teabag Prophecies”

  1. I love the liveliness of them.. I feel that each teabag has a history of its own, a teacup that it recalls, someone’s lips and someone’s nose..

    Amazing work!

    Oh and your sister is CUTE!


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