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Charlotte artist David Fesperman uses an unusual medium--aluminum cans--to create unique, geometric ornaments. He works without machinery, even though he uses a metal pattern for cutting, so that he can guarantee that each creation is different.
Consumers in this country used over one hundred billion aluminum cans a year. The colors on the cans come from the INX International Ink Company plant in Charlotte. The factory, the world's largest producer of ink used to decorate the cans, ships about 50,000 pounds of ink a day.