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  Issue Date: 4 / 2018  
 

Recycling Reimagined



Iris Brooks
 

RECYCLING REIMAGINED PHOTOS & MONTAGE JON H. DAVIS & IRIS BROOKS Click image to enlarge.


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ELEMENTAL RECYCLING PHOTOS & MONTAGE JON H. DAVIS & IRIS BROOKS Click image to enlarge.



Iris Brooks is a widely published author who has performed music on panpipes made from recycled chemistry test tubes, hubcap gongs, and bottle cap rattles. She has documented ice instruments in Norway, photographed masks in Haiti, collected artworks made from kukui nuts in Ecuador, and admired baskets crafted from soda tabs in Micronesia. Brooks collaborates with photographer/videographer Jon H. Davis on many projects around the world for print and film, often featuring cultural explorations and forgotten arts. Visit Northern Lights Studio Link here.
 
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