Most people let the strands of hair that fall off when their shower just go down the drain, or they throw it in the trash, but Lucy Gafford, a multimedia artist from Alabama, uses it to create detailed works of art right on her bathroom wall.


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The self-proclaimed “Shower Hair Master” discovered that her wet hair made a unique, albeit bizarre art medium, three years ago, while showering. She gathered the hair that came off of her head while washing it, and spread it on the bathroom wall, as she usually did. She planned to throw it away after she was done, but this time she noticed that the strands made up a recognizable shape, so she started playing around with the mass of hair and ended up creating a squirrel.

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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Harri 2 weeks ago

haha

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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Emilia Sawicz-Łuńska 2 weeks ago

This is SO gross

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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Hatsune Chiku 2 weeks ago

Wow! I want to try this next time I'm in the shower, but it won't be nearly as good

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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Good Beatus 2 weeks ago

she is an artist

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Artist Makes Drawings With Hair Falling In The Bath

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