Sometimes art just happens by mistake. The Selby comes to mind as a great example, with their excellently composed shots of creative folks and their spaces. Then, there are those like James Hopkins, who utilizes this chaos to make a point on our musical youth culture. Included on the shelf are, but is not limited to, disco balls, shiny speakers, and an array of our past digital lovers - the compact disc.
The above art by James Hopkins is titled, "Wasted Youth." It's based off one of his older works which has been featured on AT last year:
Kind of makes you want to reorganize all that "stuff" you have laying in your attic to create something crazy, no? I sure do. Perhaps I can finally make good use of that box of old film reels I found last month in my parents' backyard shed...
[Via Today and Tomorrow]