• Thousands of Fresh and Artificial Flowers Overrun an Abandoned Convenience Store in a Small Michigan Town

    1 month ago - By Colossal

    All images by Christian Gerard , courtesy of Lisa Waud, shared with permission
    Port Austin, Michigan, is a picturesque village on the Lake Huron shoreline lauded for its beaches, water sports, and vegetable-shaped rock formations. With a population in the hundreds, the small community relies heavily on tourism to fund its economy, a reality Detroit-based botanical artist Lisa Waud contended with in a recent pop-up installation in one of the town's abandoned convenience stores.
    Titled “Party Store”-this colloquialism refers to a small shop selling snacks, alcohol, lottery tickets, and other...
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