The Treehouse + The Cave


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Saturday, July 30, 2005

Retouching

Grafted Faces - Small
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In determining whether a couple of images were of sufficient quality for a Duratrans, we made test prints. Each had a stack of image slices at the desired scale, one against the next. I've been fusing these two with Prismacolor pencils for a week.

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Il Cielo su Milano

Bubble Clouds

Image by Paola via LiveJournal Images

Blogger O Povo É Bom Tipo thought:

fantastic!

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Friday, July 29, 2005

This Morning's Light

Blogger Mick thought:

I like this one much more than its predessor. It's got a lot goin' for you...

Use it as your ID photo on the blog...

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Mirror

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Semiotic Black Market

Semiotic Black Market: “I grew up in Brazil in the seventies, under a climate of political repression during military regime. You're forced to live in a sort of a semiotic black market, where you can never say what you really mean and everything that you hear is not what really is.” - Vik Muniz

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Workspace

Workspace

Blogger tony thought:

i've always been fascinated by desks. a desk is just one of things that gives a glimpse into the personality of the person who sits there, much like a bookshelf, record collection or refrigerator door. excellent series!

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The Surface of the Moon

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In the morning, in the hour or so before the others show at work, I savor the silence that will fade, and often pretend the concrete floor is the surface of the moon.

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Quotations

"Me and controllers didn't get along very well." - Brice Mellen

Blogger Mick thought:

It took me a couple of looks...I thought "I know that name." Truly amazing...I don't like controllers eother!

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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Clippings

Clippings 1

Clipped from The New York Times

Blogger Krista thought:

Woah are those all cars?

July 28, 2005 at 3:37 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger pam coulter enright thought:

And I thought they were cell phones!

July 28, 2005 at 4:22 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Mom,

They are cell phones. Thousands of them, all waiting to be recycled outside of Atlanta.

Making the same piece with cars would be quite a feat. Something that Chris Jordan will move on to eventually, I'm sure (he's already shot lots of crushed cars)...

A.

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Monday, July 25, 2005

Entropic

Entropic

Image by Meadows

Anonymous maeko thought:

Andy, I'm still trying to figure out what it is. It's amazingly stunning...but appears to be made out of garbage. Like packaging tape and garbage bags and something else...

July 27, 2005 at 5:40 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Maeko,

It also took me a minute to really see this image.

I think it's a broken window pane, lined on the interior (away from the viewer) with a black garbage bag. On the exterior face of the glass (foreground) is a mass of clear packing tape. It appears to be a makeshift attempt at weatherproofing.

If you look closely you can see Meadows's reflection in the lower right-hand corner.

A.

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Sunday, July 24, 2005

Spiral Jetty

Blogger Paige thought:

I was waiting for the image to load, wondering what it could be.. and it's beyond better than I was expecting! What a brilliant redux ;)

July 30, 2005 at 1:51 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

hello, i was wondering if you made this, ir if it was muniz? i am searching for muniz version and cant find it anywhere! id be grateful if you could get back to me, louise4550@hotmail.com THANKS!!!

April 8, 2007 at 7:07 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Yeah, I made it. I was cracking a blunt one weekend, and made a joke.

There's another version of the Spiral Jetty made out of blunt guts? By Vik Muniz? Let me know.

A.

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Sometimes I Would Like New Eyes

Sometimes I Would Like New Eyes

Drawing by Vanessa Lam

Blogger tony thought:

don't we all--brilliant!

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Disappearing

Disappearing

Images by John Trippe

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Quotations

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Saturday, July 23, 2005

Optical

Optical

Image by Patrick O'Dell

Blogger Smelly Danielly thought:

thats a pretty classy camera you got yourself there

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Friday, July 22, 2005

LAN Party

Lan Party

Image via Engadget Spanish

Blogger Krista thought:

holy crap that's HUGE.

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Put Your Feelings On Hold

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Swag/Schwag

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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Mirror

Mirror 9

Image 1: Snaggletooth
Image 2: O2ma
Image 3: Biggypaul2000
Image 4: Dances Fantastic
Image 5: Kevin in Canada
Image 6: Artie009
Image 7: Jimmy_Joe
Image 8: Otherthings
Image 9: Myszka

Blogger Bill German thought:

nice photos

July 20, 2005 at 4:46 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger fenny thought:

tresly cool

July 21, 2005 at 12:11 AM - Comment Permalink  
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http://gamarays.blogspt.com.

If you would lik to be added to the contributor list, just comment on one of our posts - if oyu agree, we will link to your blog and you do the same to ours

Cheers!

July 21, 2005 at 12:23 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous maeko thought:

You always have awesome photos.

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Live/Work

If any doubts remain about the kind of building, the kind of neighborhood I call home, these two disparate and accurate Craig's List posts ought to clear things up:
$1000 / 3br - LOFT APARTMENTS AT 345 ELDERT STREET

WARNING TO ALL THOSE LOOKING AT LOFT APARTMENTS AT 345 ELDERT STREET!! THERE HAVE BEEN A STRING OF BREAK INS AT THIS BUILDING. THE LANDLORDS HAVE DONE NOTHING TO RECONCILE SAFETY CONCERNS OF THE TENNANTS!!! IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LIVE OFF THE HALSEY STOP YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! 345 ELDERT STREET HAS HORRIBLE LANDLORDS UNWILLING TO FIX BROKEN SECURITY CAMERAS THAT ARE ALREADY IN PLACE. WARNING!!!

$325 - Holy Artistic Loft Spaces Batman, thats Cheap! Holla!

$325 to live in NYC. incredible. but lets get this out of the way right now: its a small bedroom with low ceilings. so if you are taller than 6 ft or larger than a refridgerator, then forget it, you'll hit your head on the rafters and wont get through the door. seriously. here we go.

the bedroom can confortably fit a twin bed, small dresser, small desk, hanging rack and side table, or a double bed / futon, desk, rack and dresser. you got a book nook and ceiling shelves. you got natural light and pipes to knock your head on. it's a bit of a cramped situation, but the loft overall, is the shit. we got 13 ft. ceilings, a split level (you live on the top floor) with cozy corner/storage facility, projector for wall-screenings, kitchen / living space, wireless internet, bath, art onna walls, etc etc.

we are a collective of three: intellectuals / writers / activists / musicians / filmmakers / performers / raggedy anarchists / poets / self-started businesspeople / NYC tour guides / West Coasters / Pennsylvanians / Native Brooklynites (represent!) / great cooks / lactose intolerants / cheese maniacs / (almost) cover the total spectrum of sexual identity / well-read / outspoken / coffee addicts / human beings. plus we have two cats: a bitey cat called Ignition and a playful kitten called Juggernaut. And lots of toliet paper.

The Loft is in a large reconverted knitting factory thats way the christ out in Bushwick. 1.5 blocks from the Halsey St. L train (27 minutes from Union Sq), 6 long blocks from the Halsey St J & Z trains (20 minutes from the financial district) (but honestly, does the Z even exist?!?) with laundry on the floor, a sometimes-working frieght elevator, a fuckins enormous roof with full distant view of the isle of Mannahatta. the neighborhood is a little desolate, but we have our share of Latino arroz con pollo places, bodegas, hair salons & 99cent stores. supermarket close by. short walk to bustling Ridgewood, QNS. also, NYC's largest cemetary (Evergreen) is 4 short blocks away. great to bust into late at night and read poetry or get goofy on dead-breath-air. Remind me to introduce you to the Captain of Evergreen. He's great. bike riders a biiiig plus, move in aug 1st.

artistic types only pleeze. thankee. rockon.

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

deal deal deal dadada deal deal deal.


move the whole building to toronto or montreal and you have yourself a roomate.

July 20, 2005 at 1:49 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

!!!
do they really think the hipster roomate they are after is going to be all, "yes!!! now i can get my hair done in a half-cornrow, baby-hair shellacked confection with a blowdried burgundy rinse in the back!"

this is gay!

July 29, 2005 at 10:31 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

It's "Carnagie Magnmt". They are one of the late great slumlords around Bushwick. I lived in this building in 2000-2002, the first 2 years it was open. They kept my security, and tried to throw my bed out while i was moving. most of the people (at that time) weren't even paying rent b/c it was a totally illegal situtation. No fire exit, etc.

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Monday, July 18, 2005

The Land of Mirrors

The Land of Mirrors

Image 1: Timtak
Image 2: Timtak

Blogger Bubba thought:

Beautiful! Makes me want to go back to Nippon.

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Breathe

Breathe

Image by Genista

Anonymous maeko thought:

Andy,

no one else yet has managed to make a ceiling vent look so interesting.

Do you have any advice for someone experimenting w/ cameras? I just recently bought a coloursplash Lomo camera and have enjoyed my trek across the country with the 12 different filters and colour flash, but have not yet developed them...

Do you know of Lomo and have any tips and pointers?

--emme

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Sway

Rarely do I ride to work (or anywhere really) without the accompaniment of music, pumped through once-white wires at volumes most definitely damaging. I'm one of those people seeking removal from the commuter crush; hiding under black brims, sunglasses and headphones; tuning out the vapid chatter of bankers, ballers, tweens and queens.

Largely I succeed; a cornered New Yorker in black and navy; a hard shadow only identifiable as anything other by the tin frequencies that slip past the plastic in my ears. Watching me absently nod in time to this periodic hiss, my fellow commuters likely question: "rocking or retarded?"

Blogger fenny thought:

rocking or retarded!
thats the best

July 19, 2005 at 12:45 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous maeko thought:

Clever.

I'm the same way. I wear my earbuds and blast triphop, house and indiepop in the mall should I ever be stupid enough to venture there to ward away evil spirits (sales asses).

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Withdrawal

Withdrawal

Anonymous Anonymous thought:

I love this photo--I feel so close to you two--and how perfectly cleaned your apartment is! xoxoxo mamajama

July 18, 2005 at 7:24 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Krista thought:

this your place?

July 18, 2005 at 11:03 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Krista,

Sure is, ex knitting factory.

A.

July 19, 2005 at 8:23 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous maeko thought:

i would love to live in ny.

any borough so long as it's the place.

back to work now. thank you for the brief distraction.

July 20, 2005 at 3:42 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger hipp-o thought:

dude - when it gets a bit cooler, we really gotta take that grating off - that is unless your 'hood experiences over the last year have made you rethink derigging security measures.....

July 20, 2005 at 9:58 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Maeko,

The city is amazing, and becomes for most New Yorkers the only place they can imagine living. I recommend it to all.

You might want to reconsider your position on the boroughs however. The distinctions between each might seem negligible from afar, but trust me, New Yorkers find the five to be vastly different from one another, and have powerful loyalties to the one they call their own.

Clearly, I'm a Brooklyn kid. I never looked at another borough when I was planning to move here, nor will I before I go. It's chill, and working class, and well, very real. The massive creative community doesn't hurt either.

Manhattan is too much work, too much money, too much.

Queens has it's charms (great food, great ethnic diversity), but in general has a suburban feel, and consequently residents with a suburban mentality. I'll pass.

The Bronx has it's edge and little more.

And Staten Island isn't even worth discussing. It's an isolated isle of secretaries with marginal intelligence, garbage and cars.

Aaron,

I'd still love to shed the grating. Though I must admit, as I long for a life of porches and dogs, I have less and less energy to tackle the aesthetics of a property I do not own. Even if we're there for another couple years, is it worth it? I'm not so sure anymore. I'm getting used to it now...

Also, you might be right about the "hood experiences", have you seen the Craig's List ad I just posted? Scary.

A.

July 20, 2005 at 2:09 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger TIBOR thought:

And Staten Island isn't even worth discussing. It's an isolated isle of secretaries with marginal intelligence, garbage and cars.

um..wu tang clan? i might be the only person i know who took the ferry to staten island and walked around on foot. got some weird looks...nobody walks in staten island apparently.

July 20, 2005 at 3:23 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tibor,

You're right. Wu Tang totally counts. They may be the only thing keeping the island afloat (culturally at least).

A.

July 20, 2005 at 5:16 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger hipp-o thought:

porches and dogs?
PORCHES AND DOGS?

you need to learn to *DRIVE* first, buddy.

a
(plus porches and dogs sounds a lot like suburbia)

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Friday, July 15, 2005

Sustenance/Supplies

Sustenance Supplies

Blogger TIBOR thought:

do you order your squares online?

July 15, 2005 at 7:22 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tibor,

I did for a while; in 2001 and 2002 when everyone was using yessmoke.com. Unfortunately, thanks to local and international legislation, that became an unreliable option.

These days, we carry them back from visits to Virginia and South Carolina where Heather has family. I think we paid $21 a carton last time around...

Occaisionally, we're fortunate to supplement that supply with gifts from friends passing through Duty Free.

A.

July 17, 2005 at 8:39 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger TIBOR thought:

i hear they're $4 and some change in long island. at least you both smoke the same brand...thats definitely economical.

July 18, 2005 at 12:21 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tibor,

As the smoker of far less volume, I defaulted to hers for exactly that reason (I used to be a Parli/Dunhill guy; Marlboro Menthol Lights back in the day). Since then, I've come to appreciate the moist and earthy char of Camels.

A.

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My Eyes Open

My Eyes Open
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Nearly every morning I awake just prior to my alarm. Though I hear the capacitor charging, I haven't let it ring in months. I simply open my eyes within the same minute of the each day (6:44), shuffle towards our makeshift nightstand, and silence that which already was.

The above images capture those first moments when cloudy eyes focus on grey objects in grey light; the first things I saw today. Both have been contributed to My Eyes Open, an art project that collects similar scenes; sharing structure and sensibility with PostSecret, one of my regular haunts.

Via Oceanaria

Blogger Krista thought:

thanks for spreading the word on My Eyes Open!

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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Claim Check

Claim Check

I can't walk by these without picking them up.

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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

She Decided Once And For All

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Monday, July 11, 2005

Mirror

Mirror 8

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Sunday, July 10, 2005

Home Life

Home Life 6

Blogger Smelly Danielly thought:

awww the metro card...i miss new york...and those crackers and cheese look oh sooo goood...now im hungry

July 11, 2005 at 1:53 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger TIBOR thought:

i like these still life quartets

July 12, 2005 at 12:42 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tibor,

Thanx, I like them too (and find myslef making them most slow weekends). They're a little Wolfgang Tillmans, but who's to say he owns the loft still life genre...?

A.

July 12, 2005 at 8:16 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Home Life

Homelife 5

Blogger Tiff thought:

I absolutely love your pics... looks like my bookshelf.

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Blogger r/r thought:

i would steal der steppenwolf if i could only steal one of those books.

catch 22 really disappointed me.

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Friday, July 08, 2005

Intro to Video

For the past five years much of my student work has sat dormant. Some of it resides in carefully organized and easily accessible directories (on hard drives and CD-R). The balance however, is stored within enclosures now antiquated (leather portfolios, acid-ridden envelopes and video cassettes); each unfortunately securing its contents from both private and public eyes.

The pieces I had most wished to experience again, the ones I'd lived longest without, were the three videos I made in the Fall of 2000 while learning analog editing in an introductory video-art course.

With the help of my employer's talented (and nerdy) New Media Department, I've begun exhuming them from their S-VHS coffins and encoding them in pristine and efficient MPEG-4 H.264. This means that you will need to have QuickTime 7 to watch the videos that follow. H.264 support hasn't made it to QuickTime for Windows just yet, so for the time being PC users should save the files to disk and view them with the open-source VLC.

Click the Video: links to view each video within your browser, or right-click and save the file for later viewing.

Systems


Systems

The first video I had ever made, Systems examines repetition, the perception of time, duration, looping, and the artificiality of the modern experience. It principally depicts the birds of Baltimore, which (interestingly) have become nearly invisible after being transcoded.

Video:
Format: MPEG 4
Codecs: H.264, AAC
Dimensions: 720 x 586
Duration: 4:21
Size: 14.2 mb

108 Frames


108 Frames

108 Frames, was my response to the 2000 Faculty Exhibition at the Maryland Institute College of Art. The length of time each work is displayed correlates directly to my opinion of it. Tones separate each piece. All pieces included in the exhibition are included in this work.

Video:
Format: MPEG 4
Codecs: H.264, AAC
Dimensions: 720 x 586
Duration: 4:46
Size: 11.8 mb

Setting


Setting

Setting marks the beginning of my transition away from systematic creative processes, towards a practice better informed by beauty, identity and the invisible/intangible. It is the last video I made prior to my arrival in New York.

Video:
Format: MPEG 4
Codecs: H.264, AAC
Dimensions: 720 x 586
Duration: 7:47
Size: 18.1 mb

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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Cyanide in Stones

Anonymous milfhunter thought:

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The Sound of Song

I listen to music for hours each day, and only ever remember the lyrics to songs by Underworld and Les Savy Fav. Spoon and such sound like voices, just not words.

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Filler

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Aiming to lessen the monotony at work (and refine my hand-style), I added a rainbow pack of Sharpies to the department Staples order in April. Since then I've been killing idle time, filling in the circles on this card. Today, I drew the last ring and realized, maybe I'd been reading too much Moody.

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Eclipsed

Slower

With generous permission from Eliot Shepard of the consistently stellar Slower.net, I present an image I've long loved from afar.

Blogger rabsteen thought:

incredibly insightful.

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I love this angle!

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Opposite of an Oasis

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Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Candlepower

Night Beach

Images by WhatISee

Blogger Krista thought:

So beautiful and gentle...

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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Reduction: $6.25

Williamsburg Tee

While I'm on the subject of Brooklyn's cultural death as depicted through tees, I should also mention this gem now available at Old Navy, who describes it thusly:

This super-laidback cotton style celebrates Brooklyn's hippest locale! Glittery print outlines 'Williamsburg' on chest.

Via Curbed and The Wall Street Journal

Anonymous Anonymous thought:

A bargain. Wish I'd had one to wear to today to continue the celebration the American 200+ year long pursuit of equality, freedom and independence!

July 6, 2005 at 9:58 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Projection

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An illuminated Tom Moody at the second Blogging and the Arts panel discussion; nearly two months ago now.

Anonymous Anonymous thought:

Serendipity + keen sensibility = a photo like this. Amazed no one has commented on it.

July 12, 2005 at 7:49 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Brooklyn's Hidden Gem

Brooklyn Industries Bushwick T-Shirt

Another success in Brooklyn Industries's quest to destroy the authentic culture of an entire borough through uninspired and derivative design. Soon to be seen on NYU students and other tourists returning from forays into the perceived wilderness that is the fucking first stop.

Are the designers aware that 52% of Bushwick residents receive income support (up over 15% since 2000)?
Are the designers aware that memories of the '77 blackout riots still hang heavy in the air?
Are the designers aware that there are families here, history here?

Or is the word Bushwick just another word made meaningless once set in type, out of context?

Related: Southburg?

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Array

Array - Small
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The presence of this decoration confirmed a rumor that I had heard months prior: We have a new grocery store in this industrial corner of Bushwick. Excited about the opportunity to nourish myself locally with something other than Jamaican beef patties and Presidente, I immediately dropped in to survey the place. Sadly, they appear to be the purveyors of bleach by the case and ground beef by the family, not the farmer's market for which I had hoped.

Anonymous Anonymous thought:

Stunning. Brilliant in every way. I'm sure you understand what I'm seeing; you took it.

July 12, 2005 at 7:48 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Monday, July 04, 2005

Falls

Falls

Image by Tony

Blogger Krista thought:

holy wow.

July 4, 2005 at 11:25 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger tony thought:

to say that i am honored is an understatement. thanks so much!

July 7, 2005 at 8:42 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tony,

I'm glad you're happy. It's a beautiful image. I assumed it was taken in front of Niagra Falls for some reason. Was it?

A.

July 7, 2005 at 8:51 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger tony thought:

you got it, taken on the canadian side two years ago

July 11, 2005 at 3:24 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Caught

Security

Image by fi5e

Anonymous sarah thought:

Can you say "MICA Commons?"

July 6, 2005 at 3:31 AM - Comment Permalink  

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