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Hungry Knife Collective -- Dumpster Divin' Diva!
Hungry Knife Collective -- Dumpster Divin' Diva!
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleHungry Knife Collective -- Dumpster Divin' Diva!
Title-AlternativeDumpster Diving Diva!
ContributorHungry Knife Collective
Time Span2007-2013
Geographic LocationArizona, United States
Classgraphic arts
Typesticker
DescriptionText message promoting dumpster diving. "Dumpster diving (known as skipping in the UK) is the practice of sifting through commercial or residential trash to find items that have been discarded by their owners, but which may be useful to the dumpster diver; under Dumpster: Dumpster diving involves persons voluntarily climbing into a dumpster to find valuables, such as discarded metal scrap, or simply useful items, including food and used clothing)" -- Library of Congress Authorities website
SubjectHungry Knife Collective; dumpster diving; scavenging; salvage (waste, etc.); refuse and refuse disposal; stars
Referenceshttps://www.hungryknife.com/
SourceHungry Knife -- Radical Arts & Crafts -- Hardcore Cottage Industry -- "South Central Arizona's MOST Dangerous Arts & Crafts Collective! Hungry Knife is an artist operated workshop located in the Sonoran Desert near the Arizona-Mexico border. We specialize in an array of visual arts including painting, sculpture in metals and wood, fashion, print and graphics. Using industrial machinery, professional tools and select materials Hungry Knife produces an ever-changing gallery of fine art, original crafts and unique handmade merchandise." -- Hungry Knife Collective website
NotesRe-Writing the Streets: The International Language of Stickers, a traveling exhibition curated by Catherine Tedford and Oliver Baudach in 2013.
RightsPlease see http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/copyright/.
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