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The first thing man acquires after leaving the warmth and comfort of his parent’s house is a junk drawer. As soon as your mother isn’t diligently lecturing you about the collection of super glue, extra remotes, over-sized shears, paper clips, and everything else necessary to MacGuyver your way from here to Internet fame, it starts piling up in a random drawer. While most people are fine with a semi-irregular (read: never) cleaning, Zac Freeman is not. Freeman takes anything and everything he can get his hands on and turns them into amazing portraits made from junk. Up close, they’re nothing to write home about, but take a few steps back and prepare to have your mind blown. Sort of like that girl at the bar except you’ll want to remember Zac Freeman’s Junk Portraits.



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