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Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

  Stamping Area  is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.  I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at  R. Jampol Projects , New York, NY (2014), and at  The Gateway Project , Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

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Official Badge

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

Official Business

Official Badge

Stamping Area is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.

I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY (2014), and at The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).

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  Stamping Area  is a project that uses a kit of 50 rubber stamps to perform an absurd exaggeration of bureaucracy and gatekeeping. The stamps are a collection of non-sequiturs: words, drawings, phrases, insults, and symbols that pretend at Official Business and provide Documentation that is both concrete and nebulous.  I initially created this project for the 2011 SGCI Conference at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also provided Documentation at  R. Jampol Projects , New York, NY (2014), and at  The Gateway Project , Newark, NJ, as part of the Emerald City Exhibition (2014).
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