Every day you feed yourself, groom yourself and maintain your possessions with the contents of plastic containers -- your shampoo bottle, stick of deodorant, tub of margarine, jug of detergent. Their forms are the result of countless product-design man-hours and are structured for specific functions and maximum consumer appeal. Their colors are as much about psychology as they are about aesthetics. Delicate pastels for women's deodorant, navy and forest green for men's. Artist Brooke Stroud works with the detritus of consumer culture, reorganizing it with the clean line and pure color sensibilities of... More >>>
The capper: Stroud's plastic bottle-top installation is the centerpiece of his Inman exhibition.