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Michael Oatman
John Unger has often worked with recycled material and especially likes when the material speaks to the piece. Old Glory is an American flag created from over 20,000 Budweiser bottle caps and required hundreds of thousands of hammer swings, measuring 10-feet tall by 16-feet wide for a total of 160 square feet. What inspired this project was how deeply iconic it is; one can't get more "American Made" than a flag made from Budweiser caps. Whether people choose to see Old Glory as folk art or fine art, he feels the real beauty of the piece is how open it is to personal interpretation, one can choose to view it as a monument to America, a critique of consumerism, a beautiful object, or trash given new life.

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John Unger
JOHN UNGER:
OLD GLORY