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Border Country

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Fourth in a series about container ships, global trade, and capitalism. This was originally an illustration, and then used in a Justseeds installation in Pittsburgh, and now finally converted to a block print. This is about the ability of containers/consumer goods to cross borders easily, while people are criminalized.

 


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