Gallery: Jeffrey Allen Price Upcycles Old Sponges Into Soft Geographica...


Every good artist needs a medium through which to absorb the world around them and wring out their ideas and emotions. Jeffrey Allen Price uses soft, springy sponges to create colorful large-scale geographical maps. His textured works do a surprisingly accurate job at depicting the irregular borders of the states and continents they are meant to represent. As a metaphor for the current moral and political state of the world, the worn-out sponges have a history of cleaning up hundreds of human messes.

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