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Kick In The Eye
Taken at the Krewe du Vieux warehouse in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, I would imagine the person who this effigy represents was not very well liked nor respected by the people of New Orleans. But then, KDV is notorious for poking fun at pop culture, sexuality, and politicians of every ilk.
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From Conceptual Imagery
Taken in New Orleans at the Press Street Float Graveyard near to the Claiborne overpass following Hurricane Katrina, this was photographed in the early morning hours during a period in the city's history when the neighborhoods lie dormant and the colloquy of crickets were the only voices to be heard.
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From Conceptual Imagery
Taken at the Krewe du Vieux warehouse in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina I came across these float heads, one of which is the likeness of Michael Jackson. KDV is notorious for poking fun at pop culture, sexuality, and politicians of every ilk.
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From New Orleans
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