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1. When two graphic design students from Kingston University were presented with their final year photography project, they decided to really get stuck in... quite literally.
Luke Evans and Josh Lake swallowed 35mm film to see the effect their digestive systems would have on it.
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To me true art is creation and self expression...look at nature ,nothing can surpass it , weather you belive it was a product of an intelligent superior being or not you can't deny it's beauty...I must confess that it was original and I admire the students for their desire to stand out and be different ....however it may encourage others to replicate thisprocess with devistating results....also please actually read carefully what dave dave writes as it has come from a point of inteligence , and has been thought through rather than simple minded reactions....We ''are'' being dumbed down by the media and the people in power want us to become their mindless slaves , You are all owned by ''SYSTEM''....because you allow them to take away your power :
Personally I think its kind of inventive. Might not be the first people to do it but hats off to them for doing something for their project that grabbed some attention. I think your judging these guys in the wrong context. It was a final year university project. They wanted to do something that would put them aside from the rest of their class. Not the rest of the artistic world. A lot better than some garbage I've seen trying to pass itself off as art though.
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