Monthly Archives: March 2012

doric, ironic, corintian,tuscan, composite…

opacity (from the Oxford Dictionary of English) n. [mass noun] the quality of lacking transparency of translucence:  thinner paints need black added to increase opacity. the quality of being obscure in meaning:  the difficulty and opacity in Barthes’ texts. <ORIGIN> mid … Continue reading

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culture jamming

Every so often I spend my free time on the internet attempting to catch up with my friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter only to be overwhelmed with so much information which I could not possibly process without going … Continue reading

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pixiearmchair

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room-y root’ hair’ rootless root’ mean’ square dance

The image of the “Anna Belle Serpentine Dance”, taken from a 1895 film produced by the Edison Co. is a inkjet print on velum which is challenging to adhere onto a surface and not leave any wrinkles or warping.  

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She’s in there somewhere…

April 11, 1949: The #1 song on was Cruising Down The River by Russ Morgan Life Magazine sold at 20 cents A lot of degrees were rewarded Dorothy Allison was born and so was the child who was once commemorated … Continue reading

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Portraitlandscape

My DSL has been down for the past few days.   I was contemplating the idea of posting through my Kindle 3G, but the AT&T guy finally came over and replaced the soggy wire that was blocking me and my family … Continue reading

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Kumihimo with wire

 

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