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Random Acts of Art: 4.1 Uncommon iPhonographs

I may have just made up the word iPhonographs, or I am using it wrong. Who cares!? I figure it is a good word to describe a series of photos I took with my iPhone’s camera while I was in Austin, Texas for the American Atheist Convention this past weekend.

While I was in Austin my good friend Matt Dillahunty was kind enough to show me around town. One of the places he took me was a really cool shop called Uncommon Objects. The store contained so much eye-candy it was almost overwhelming. Packed literally floor to ceiling in this shop are meticulously displayed antiques and novelty items. Everything is displayed absolutely beautifully and I mean everything. Even drawers of filing cabinets slide open and the drawers are full of tiny items that are organized by a color or a theme. The store is wonderful. If you ever go to Austin, Texas be sure to pop in for a look.

Below are some of my “iPhonographs” from that excursion.

dolls creepy

painting

old photos

antlers

dolls

text

hands

eye chart

teeth

doublecorn

eyes

acupunctureold cameras full

domino

hand

playing cards

cards calling

matchbooks

balls

letters

 

The remainder of my images from that day can be found here.

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Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics She is the fearless leader of Mad Art Lab and cohost of Makers' Hustle Podcast Support her on Patreon. Follow her on twitter: @SurlyAmy or on Google+.

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