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i've been doing some paintings on steel, and finally last night (i've been meaning to do this for a while) i took them outside, sprayed em down with the hose, and sprinkled salt all over em... i thought it would take a while, but i go out this morning and they're already rusting...

 

rust is dope... woo...

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Guest uncle-boy

i got a rusty nail in my foot once.

 

it made my foot 100x's cooler. yee haw.

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I'm a fan as well. Some of the photography studio props I have include a rusted 39' Ford hood and rusted roofing metal.

 

I've ended up with two rusty nails in my feet. One was dead center in the soft part of my foot. Man did that hurt like a bitch.

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rust is soooooooooooo much inspiration for me.

 

love that stuff. especially huge rusted structures.

 

Twist put me on to it through an interview. I belive it was in 12oz prophet 1996.

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Guest WebsterUno

fun fact

 

my car started to rust, so i took it to the dealer and they are going to fix it under warrenty.

 

rust sucks, but it sure is pretty sometimes. i personally like tarnished copper and brass much better, such a nice patina.

 

true story.

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Guest WebsterUno

*believe*

 

oh yeah, 'cancer' on your own car does suck big eggs!

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Re: fun fact

 

Originally posted by zorak

i personally like tarnished copper and brass much better, such a nice patina.

i have a brass coin that i've worn around my neck for almost a year now, and i love the green patina...

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Guest BROWNer

i'm more a fan of found metal, nature knows what's up, but yea..

i went through a mini-phase of trying to acquire some

out-of-service boxcar panelling with not much luck......

i've found the best way to get fresh chunksz of metal

is to plunder backyards and shedsz as well as various

industrial areas and such..

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