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This app is the result of multiple trips to the "industrial Midwest" in the past few years.I've structured the app to create two ways of approaching the work: by engaging with the photos themselves, and by studying their interactions within the app.The photos are primarily close up figure studies focusing on the texture and detail hidden within the objects that we see "everyday." The flow within and between pages is as important as the photos themselves. For this reason, photos and even entire pages are repeated and re-contextualized throughout--I hope to interesting effect.The app contains over 100 images which can be easily browsed, shared, and saved on device as wallpapers. allows individual pages to be bookmarked and saved to the camera roll/photostream for use as wallpaper. For more information and photos please visit richardferrante.com