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This is a book case I built for an art piece about our legal system, called, “Alleged Allegations.” It is made of plywood with oak veneer with a decrative edge applied. The legal books are bolted togeither and painted with varnish. The man of justice has a taco and a chicken in the pans he’s holding. The variouse figuers signify different asspects about our disfunctional legal system. The shark fins are made of walnut and swim in a washtube of polymer resin.
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Great idea with the books. BillyJo
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