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0 BENT OBJECTS By Terry Border

Terry Border, a guy with an amusing sense of humour who worked as a commercial photographer for many years,  started a blog in 2006 posting just a few pictures of some objects he had created using everyday household items and... wire.  The rest as they say, is history.









From his website:
Terry Border was born October 16, 1965, and has spent the vast majority of his life in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. He graduated from Ball State University with a B.S. in Fine Art Photography in 1988.


In 2006 he started what he calls his Bent Objects project, mainly because all the other blog names were already taken. Basically, the project concerns adding wire to ordinary objects to help pose them as living characters, usually telling a story, and then photographing them. For some reason people liked it.

Mr. Border has two books containing collections of his Bent Objects published by Running Press, and is now working on a children's book for Philomel (a footprint of Penguin Publishing). He has a contract with Universal Publishing to make 2013, and 2014 wall calendars, and supplies American Greetings with various greeting card images.



"Citrus"



"Sleeping, pills"



"Souperhero"



"Exihibitionist"



"A-side-of-baby carrots"


Bugs



"The sneeze"




"Unlocking affection"



Thesaurus and The Bible







Dove



"Crappy"






"Halloween Final"



"Hangover Fairy"


"Fly"







"Pear" of Lovers



"Cereal-ist"



"Zombie spuds"










"Hamlet"




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