so 2009 is over and done with
for me personally it was a year
i would rather store with all those
bad memories, embarassing shit, etc.
alot of success and growing i did
was shadowed by my selfishness and fucked up mindset
kinda weird how this is a blog and i never really
ever write about myself or things im going through
so i do i wanna say since im on the subject
thanks for all the readers out there who
come to my page to check for new stuff, fresh design, whatever
i hope you continue to read all my future postings
imma leave you with a photo i took a few weeks ago
heading home from the club i spin at a few nights a week
Sunday, January 3, 2010
Ran Hwang was born in Korea in 1960.
Actually she lives and works in New York.
Edina Tokodi born in Hungary. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
How does one look at a shipping container and see a public space? Just ask German artists Wolfgang Winter and Berthold Hörbelt who took hundreds of bottle crates and perched them on a shipping container, creating a cool clubhouse.
But this type of creative work isn't new to them. The artists create art landmarks for public spaces all over the world. They work to reclaim lost public spaces and open people's eyes to the fact that art is an important vehicle to increase the quality of life, not only to make the city more beautiful. Winter/Hörbelt's beautiful, light filled crate-houses use recycled, everyday objects to build functional spaces for shelter, meeting and entertainment.
The refillable Color Dial Spray is a novel design for a spray can that contains four colour cartridges (CMYK) in the one can. Two dials (for hue and brightness) help the painter achieve the exact colour required.