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"This simple sculpture, a small black block of wood called Nothing, is meant to be a reminder for those who have everything,” says FastCoExist. That is, it is meant to be a sort of response to consumerism, and our endless need to buy new stuff.
It costs about $50. “I didn’t want it to be too cheap,” explains the guy who invented Nothing, “because I wanted people to take it seriously.”
The first run of 50 “sold out within a week,” FastCoexist continues. A second run sold out quickly, too. I guess there’s another batch, or maybe production is now just open-ended, because Nothing is for sale here. Slogan: “Nothing reminds you of everything you already have.” Indeed.
I think I will make my own Nothing.