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The Burning House— before you start, it’s not a consumerist thing. Yes, it’s an ode to things, but it’s also an engaging photographic project. Sure, there’s a certain body of people represented here, mostly creatives; there’s a surfeit of retro (read:hip) and more modern camera tech, iPhones and laptops, moleskine journals, tablets and so on. And yes, it’d be an even more powerful social document if it sampled a from wider pool. Regardless, it’s certainly worth a follow.

The Burning House— before you start, it’s not a consumerist thing. Yes, it’s an ode to things, but it’s also an engaging photographic project. Sure, there’s a certain body of people represented here, mostly creatives; there’s a surfeit of retro (read:hip) and more modern camera tech, iPhones and laptops, moleskine journals, tablets and so on. And yes, it’d be an even more powerful social document if it sampled a from wider pool. Regardless, it’s certainly worth a follow.

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