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Coffee Anyone?

Christina Ray's daily serving photography project documents her crossings with New York's "We Are Happy To Serve You" coffee cups. The cups surface in corners, snow banks, trash and counter tops in what appears to be all over Brooklyn. The project makes you realize that we do infact run accross mass produced objects like this everyday. The objects have an intimate history in that they were at one point desired by a consumer, but once their contents are gone, they are disposed of in haphazard methods. By photographing them in this disposed of state, it gives new intimacy and attention to the objects.

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Daily Serving is a collection celebrating that NYC icon, the "We are happy to serve you" Greek-style coffee cup. Each cup is photographed with a camera-... [Read More]

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