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final page in the front
final page in the front
final page in the back
final page in the back
6th page in the back
6th page in the back
5th page in the back
5th page in the back
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1st page in the back
1st page
1st pageThis is the first page, portraying the first day of creation from the Bible - "And there was light."  The image was created from re-purposed spice tins.   
2nd page
2nd pageThis second page portrays the second day of the Biblical narative - “And divided the waters.”  Constructed from recycled tin containers and spice tins, vintage steel dollhouses, 10 k. gold rivets, aluminum rivets, stainless steel screws. 
3rd page
3rd pageThis third page depicts the creation of[spacer] dry land as recounted on the third day in Genesis - "Let the dry land appear." Constructed from recycled tin containers and spice tins, vintage steel dollhouses, 10 k. gold rivets, aluminum rivets, stainless steel screws.
4th page
4th pageThe fourth page illustrates the creation of stars, and heavenly bodies - "Let there be lights in the firmament."Constructed from recycled tin containers and spice tins, vintage steel dollhouses, 10 k. gold rivets, aluminum rivets, stainless steel screws.
5th page
5th page This fifth page embodies "every living creature" from the fifth day of creation in the Book of Genesis such as fish, moose, and bird images in a natural landscape.Constructed from recycled tin containers and spice tins, vintage steel dollhouses, 10 k. gold rivets, aluminum rivets, stainless steel screws. 
6th page
6th pageThis is the 6th page page from the Bibical narrative, an abstract portrayal of Adam and Eve created from recycled tin cans. Continue looking at the next seven pages. The first seven pages depicted the Biblical narrative of creation. The next seven pages portray achievements of humankind and secular accomplishments such as enlightenment, logic, scientific, and engineering feats. The theme of each page corresponds to a Biblical narrative from the other side. 
final page in the front
final page in the frontThis is the final page from the Bibical narrative, the day of rest. Continue looking at the next seven pages. The first seven pages depicted the Biblical narrative of creation. The next seven pages portray achievements of humankind and secular accomplishments such as enlightenment, logic, scientific, and engineering feats. The theme of each page corresponds to a Biblical narrative from the other side. 
final page in the back
final page in the backThis image is the final page, the day of rest, surrounded by the modern city and skyline. The removable spice box is the door in the center of this page. As a portal between the personal inner sanctum of peace and the modern world beyond, the spice box helps us to pause and reflect amidst the rush of modern living.Spice box fits into the final page representing the day of rest.
6th page in the back
6th page in the backThis page represents modern man and woman. The images reflect the thought processes of humankind: cognition, logic, conceptual, and analytical thinking. The reverse side depicts the creation of man and woman from the Bibical narrative. 
5th page in the back
5th page in the backThis page represents the domestication of animals.  The reverse side depicts the creation of animals from the Bibical narrative. 
4th page in the back
4th page in the backThis page illustrates the measure of time through clocks and calendars. Man's first measure of time was understanding the cycles of the sky.  The reverse side of this page depicts the creation of the celestial bodies in the sky.
3rd page in the back
3rd page in the backThe development of maps, longitude and latitude represent man's understanding of dry land. Maps lead to voyages of discovery. The reverse side of this page depicts the creation of dry land from the Bibical narrative
2nd page in the back
2nd page in the backThe red bridge (representing the Golden Gate Bridge) is constructed from vintage Schilling Spice tins (labeled San Francisco).A bridge represents man's creation of separating earth from sky. A parallel to the 2nd day of creation.  Feats of engineering and the creativity of modern man separate air from water. The water is blue lines of a black pepper tin. 
1st page in the back
1st page in the backThis page is about the enlightment and discoveries of humankind. The reverse side of this page depicts the first day of creation, "And there was light." 
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