modernist makeshift chairs, afghanistan

makeshift chairs Afghanistan

photo: basetrack's photostream/flickr

Charles McFarlane alerted us to these pictures of makeshift chairs. They were taken by a reporter embedded with Marines deployed in Afghanistan in 2010, using his iPhone. Improvised out of wreckage, in a war zone, the chairs have a moving and strangely beautiful sculptural quality; they force us to imagine the stories behind them.

makeshift chairs Afghanistan

photo: basetrack's photostream/flickr

makeshift chair/sofa Afghanistan

photo: basetrack's photostream/flickr

…check out more images at basetrack’s photostream on flickr.

Thanks Charles!

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One Response to modernist makeshift chairs, afghanistan

  1. Theresa 03.22.2012 at 1:57pm #

    Where do I place an order?!!! Semper Fi Mom

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