As the world becomes more interconnected by industries, the world’s resources are becoming scarcer by the day. Concerned by the idea of planned obsolescence, the concept that things are designed to fail in order to be replaced with shiny new versions, we are too ready to dismiss things as old. We, as a culture, tend to not appreciate things for the time, ingenuity, and skill put into the development and design of objects.
GMONIK has experienced firsthand the effects of consumer culture during his travels in Southeast Asia. With an overwhelming arena of over produced cheap goods, people would toss out their old things leaving behind the waste for nature to d
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