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Pink Flamingos

WEST NEWTON, MA - JUNE 13: Flamingos dot the landscape of Jill Hunter's house at a party held in honor of the plastic pink flamingo on June 13, 2004 in West Newton, Massachusetts. The original plastic pink flamingo was made by Union Products, a plastics manufacturing company in Leominster, Massachusetts after it was invented by Donald Featherstone in 1957. Citing the rising costs of electricity, plastic resin and financing, the plastic pink flamingo, age 49, met its demise. Long venerated as an icon of American kitsch, the flamingo was in equal measures reviled and revered. (Photo by Jeff Hutchens/Getty Images)
WEST NEWTON, MA - JUNE 13: Flamingos dot the landscape of Jill Hunter's house at a party held in honor of the plastic pink flamingo on June 13, 2004 in West Newton, Massachusetts. The original plastic pink flamingo was made by Union Products, a plastics manufacturing company in Leominster, Massachusetts after it was invented by Donald Featherstone in 1957. Citing the rising costs of electricity, plastic resin and financing, the plastic pink flamingo, age 49, met its demise. Long venerated as an icon of American kitsch, the flamingo was in equal measures reviled and revered. (Photo by Jeff Hutchens/Getty Images)
Pink Flamingos
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Jeff Hutchens / Contributor
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June 13, 2004
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