A study in headphone deconstruction
Living in China provided many opprotunities, including coming upon a large number of Skullcandy headphones. Growing up as a kid I can remember taking apart radios that once belonged to school busses. I have fond memoreis of sitting at a work bench, screw driver in hand, figuring out how each piece was linked together and how I could get every last bit apart. Years later I immersed myself in photography and obtained a formal education in the subject. A combination of these two processes naturally came together.
In some sense this project is a reflection of myself. Curious, organized, clean and purposeful. In other respects, it's just a bunch of cheap comsumer projects torn apart and photographed.
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