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ARTIST’S STATEMENT
What happens when a donut swallows its hole? Think about it, picture it, what does it look like. The donut circulation disappears, a black hole appears. In this ever-changing world caring for others strengthens our humanity. Every voice is heard, communities are connected, and everyone is part of the flow.

This pin is a little reminder ‘don’t be an arsehole’.

Size: 10 x 18.5mm
Materials: 3D printed nylon, latex, nickel silver, ink colouring
Edition of 99

Image Description
A round form sits on a white surface. It appears to be made of a yellowy-pink, skin-like material that bunches and puckers in the middle. It is painted slightly pinky-red in and around the centre. There is a darker rim of the skin-like material that runs around the outer edge.

don’t be an arsehole

Su san Cohn

Inspired by

The New Sun Times, August 2029, Editorial, The Donut Swallows The Hole

By Tim Baker
with Jude, Kelly, Hanna, Susan, Ellis, Kata and Tim

ARTIST’S STATEMENT
What happens when a donut swallows its hole? Think about it, picture it, what does it look like. The donut circulation disappears, a black hole appears. In this ever-changing world caring for others strengthens our humanity. Every voice is heard, communities are connected, and everyone is part of the flow.

This pin is a little reminder ‘don’t be an arsehole’.

Size: 10 x 18.5mm
Materials: 3D printed nylon, latex, nickel silver, ink colouring
Edition of 99

Image Description
A round form sits on a white surface. It appears to be made of a yellowy-pink, skin-like material that bunches and puckers in the middle. It is painted slightly pinky-red in and around the centre. There is a darker rim of the skin-like material that runs around the outer edge.