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June 12, 2007


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Crafty Green Poet

This looks too much like a marketing gimmick to me. Clever but not exactly practical and if it's filled with Italian seawater it will probably be pretty polluted!


Crafty Green Poet — Good points. As a sculpture, how does one display it? I have to say I'm intrigued by the whole concept, though. The imagery/symbolism is evocative for me.

As for the sea water, I almost want some sort of provenance/certificate of authenticity. I can't tell if there are any green floaty things in it from the photo, but perhaps there are. I appreciate your environmental perspective — you are an expert in this area. Perhaps this book and its packaging will even bring some attention to the plight of polluted oceans.

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