Artist uses long-lost photography method to convey chilling warning – WGN-TV

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Chicago artist Carrie McCluskey using a long-lost photographic technique to bring home a message with a chilling warning, in this Backstory profile.
Check out a few of Chicago artist Carrie McCluskey’s photographic work. For more check out www.karilaine.com
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