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Cerberus: Albert DeMuth - Haircare for Assholes

Upping the packaging game from his last release, (Aaron, going by Albert) DeMuth produces a mailing origami of sound mind and soul. You’d almost expect DeMuth’s latest to be as lighthearted and mirthful as this DIY assembly (pictured above). Yet it’s the inverted, guts-on-the-outside feelings that follow on the black wax. No matter the cute packaging, that circular obelisk knows its place is always in the dark, always dwelling on the darkness.
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