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6-Wheeled US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles

US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
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US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
US Invasion Vehicle from plastic bottles
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Artist unknown.  Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  This piece was made by a Haitian recycler artist at the time of the 1994 US-led invasion of Haiti which returned Aristide to power.
Mixed media (recycled plastic bottles, plastic soldiers, aluminum, steel, wire, fabric, paint, etc.) with vintage dust included.
(11 1/2” h.  x 8” w. 15” d.), c. 1994
Ex. collection of Rudi Stern.

Note: this is a vintage piece collected almost thirty years ago, and displayed by the collector.  Some wear and chipping of paint is to be expected.

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SKU: HSCP-2103

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