Glass Sculptures Use Magazines as Art

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April 15, 2014
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  Dustin Yellin's glass sculptures use magazine clippings to form human-like shapes. Photo by David Deng.  Courtesy of David Deng.
    Dustin Yellin's glass sculptures use magazine clippings to form human-like shapes. Photo by David Deng. Courtesy of David Deng.
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  Yellin's studio, located in a Civil War-era warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, houses his contemporary sculptures. Photo by David Deng.  Courtesy of David Deng.
    Yellin's studio, located in a Civil War-era warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, houses his contemporary sculptures. Photo by David Deng. Courtesy of David Deng.
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  The artist collects clippings from Dwell and other magazines to incase in glass.  Courtesy of Rob Colvin.
    The artist collects clippings from Dwell and other magazines to incase in glass. Courtesy of Rob Colvin.
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  Clippings piled up in the cutting room in Yellin's studio.  Courtesy of Rob Colvin.
    Clippings piled up in the cutting room in Yellin's studio. Courtesy of Rob Colvin.
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  Yellin's "City VIII" (2013) features a number of interior scenes excised from the pages of Dwell. Photo by David Deng.  Courtesy of David Deng.
    Yellin's "City VIII" (2013) features a number of interior scenes excised from the pages of Dwell. Photo by David Deng. Courtesy of David Deng.
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  A detail from "City VIII."  Photo by David Deng.  Courtesy of David Deng.
    A detail from "City VIII." Photo by David Deng. Courtesy of David Deng.
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