Lins' sculptures are whimsical representations of prosaic, kitschy objects that have been skillfully carved out of foam rubber; whitening as it ages. The objects are placed on pedestals that have been equipped with louvered vents on the sides. This amusing addition not only draws attention to the lowly and undervalued pedestal, it also jokingly implies that a certain sense of sophistication is required to create one. The works are a portrayal of the type of revered, non-art items that can be found in almost any home. Lins usually depicts objects that are souvenirs of accomplishments, such as a trophy; or the spoils of a particularly good shopping excursion, such as a pair of boots.