Miracle’s End
I arrived in Barrow-in-Furness at the beginning of November, when commercial spin of Christmas was beginning to kick in. Like other poor towns, the high street was filled with low-quality mass produced goods and customers were being targeted by pre-Christmas sales designed to create a shopping frenzy.
I found this perfume bottle in the main shopping street; the word Miracle had already been erased by the town. I scanned the bottle high-resolution and superimposed a sky in reference to the original advertising campaign. I thought this new forensic reality made a good metaphor for advertisers selling false dreams.

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