25 Warning Signs 4U2C: Art by John Fekner (Slideshow)


Image via: John Fekner
Warning Signs 4U2C, the latest art project by John Fekner, is a brand new collection of pieces that have never been published before. While green is popular today, through the images of 25 Warning Signs 4U2C, Fekner questions how much has really changed, "Toxic dumps of the 70s just have cleaner sounding names like brownfields. Somestimes it seems like nothing has changes in the twenty-five years." Check out this slideshow for a walk through universal toxic sites in New York and what we have to be happy about through the eyes of John Fekner.

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