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Gina Dawson Uses Rejection Letter Language on Funeral Wreaths

 - Nov 11, 2009
References: gldawson.blogspot & boldongrey.at
Getting a rejection letter isn’t fun, neither is getting a funeral wreath. With that in mind, artist Gina Dawson decided to combine the generic rejection letter writing with funeral wreaths, surrounding the wreaths with knit sashes with the rejection.

The rejection letter wreaths were made by Gina Dawson with the idea that funeral wreaths and rejection letters are both things given to people and are intended as consolation, but always fall short of being consoling.

"You might imagine the pool was extremely competitive," but here are 5 images of Gina Dawson's work.