Carts of Purgatory

Projects are great, except when they’re compulsory.

Puzzles are fun, but not when they’re pretending to be something else.

A corn maze is an adventure. A retail facsimile is not.

All of those awful things exist in real life in big cities across the world at a place called Ikea. It’s a big store that may or may not be a testbed for Purgatory.

These carts are lined up a the beginning of the one-way flow into the maw of that yellow and blue beast.

If you ever accidentally see this site and don’t run away, don’t blame me. You’ve been warned.

About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.

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