n. an imaginary interview with an old photo of yourself, an enigmatic figure who still lives in the grainy and color-warped house you grew up in, who may well spend a lot of their time wondering where you are and what you’re doing now, like an old grandma whose kids live far away and don’t call much anymore.
“heterosis – a kinetic typeface” by brian banton
There is a two-story model railroad display in Helen, Ga. THere are many awesome features and landscapes on the display but my favorite is the mountain carnival at the base of the Matterhorn. Check out the link here:
Also, I am willing to take a field trip here with anyone, anytime. I love that place!
take me!!! :D i’ll have free time like an almost normal person after august 3rd !
1. of or pertaining to a lake.
2. living or growing in lakes, as various organisms.
3. formed at the bottom or along the shore of lakes, as geological strata.
I took this picture at Charlemagne’s Kingdom years ago. It’s SOOoooo awesome!
David Wiesner - from the book ‘Tuesday’
Paul Wolff and Alfred Tritschler
Cellophane Worker, 1937
1. the state of being happy, especially in a high degree; bliss.
2. an instance of this.
3. a source of happiness.
4. a skillful faculty.
5. an instance or display of this.
Gabriel Dawe is a Mexican born artist residing in Dallas. Now on show at the PEEL gallery in Houston is his large scale installations from his Plexus Series. Colorful thread crosses the room from top to bottom filling the space with ethereal rainbows. Using just thread and wood, Dawe polychrome threads are reminiscent of the fabric arts in traditional clothing found in South and Central America.
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