[Broken Heroes] Exhibition


    The knitted sculpture Hello Kitty by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a harakiri ritual suicide victim, sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Hello Kitty] by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a harakiri ritual suicide victim, sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition of hand-crocheted comic, puppet and cartoon figures shows icons of pop culture in various unfortunate states. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture William Tell by Patricia Waller sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




    The knitted sculpture William Tell by Patricia Waller sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [William Tell] by Patricia Waller sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Superman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




    The knitted sculpture Superman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Superman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Ernie by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens television program star as a desperate alcoholic, sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Ernie] by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens television program star as a desperate alcoholic, sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Spiderman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




    The knitted sculpture Spiderman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Spiderman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Sandman by Patricia Waller, featuring the character as a sleeping pill suicide victim, lies on the ground in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Sandman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the character as a sleeping pill suicide victim, lies on the ground in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Spongebob by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




    The knitted sculpture Spongebob by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Spongebob] by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




    The knitted sculpture Winnie Pooh by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




    The knitted sculpture Winnie Pooh by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


    The knitted sculpture [Winnie Pooh] by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)

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[Broken Heroes] Exhibition


The knitted sculpture Hello Kitty by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a harakiri ritual suicide victim, sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Hello Kitty] by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a harakiri ritual suicide victim, sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition of hand-crocheted comic, puppet and cartoon figures shows icons of pop culture in various unfortunate states. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture William Tell by Patricia Waller sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




The knitted sculpture William Tell by Patricia Waller sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [William Tell] by Patricia Waller sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Superman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




The knitted sculpture Superman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Superman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character meeting death by his own superhuman ability to fly, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Ernie by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens television program star as a desperate alcoholic, sits in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Ernie] by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens television program star as a desperate alcoholic, sits in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Spiderman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




The knitted sculpture Spiderman by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Spiderman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the comic book character as an imprisoned victim of his own web, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Sandman by Patricia Waller, featuring the character as a sleeping pill suicide victim, lies on the ground in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Sandman] by Patricia Waller, featuring the character as a sleeping pill suicide victim, lies on the ground in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Spongebob by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




The knitted sculpture Spongebob by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Spongebob] by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a suicide bomber, stands in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)




The knitted sculpture Winnie Pooh by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery




The knitted sculpture Winnie Pooh by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the Broken Heroes exhibition at the Deschler Gallery


The knitted sculpture [Winnie Pooh] by Patricia Waller, featuring the childrens book character as a suicide victim, hangs in the [Broken Heroes] exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Adam Berry)

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