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I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but to me, it’s imagining how people would feel and look like if they were to reenact them today… Two years ago, I decided to actually do this.
The Cans Festival – Banksy street exhibition THE public is making its mark on graffiti artist Banksy’s first British exhibition in three years as a whole street has been transformed into an art exhibition. The Cans Festival, a three-day street party of stencil art, kicks off yesterday in an old tunnel formerly used by taxis, which was vacated when Eurostar left its Waterloo terminal in London. Artists from as far afield as Brazil, Canada and Australia are also taking part. Huge installations include smashed up cars, a CCTV camera-laden tree, an ice cream van, a cut-out of the Queen, and statues as well as artwork on the walls.
How children destroys marriage New-York Times 2009 Psychiatric treatments that implants traumatic events in the patient's mind. Haaretz 20088 "Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach" (a movie from 1968) New-Yorker 2009 Book cover for a yet unpublished young-adult book titled "Thundercrush" by Naomi Fry 2008 Poster for a dance/theater evening named "Martha" by Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor 2009 Poster for a satirical play named "where art thou?" 2009 "Nick and Nora's infinite Playlist" New-Yorker 2008 Portrait of the photographer Josef Koudelka New-Yorker 2008 The (sometimes deadly) hardships of being an art student Ma'ariv 2008 Portrait of the rapper Nas New-Yorker 2008 Personal column by will self Esquire russia 2008 The impossibility of love that makes it possible Neon - Germany 2008 Kelly Cooper & Pavol Lisk. founders of the "Nature theatre of Oklahoma" New-Yorker 2008 the "most wanted" terrorist in the world. the CIA only know what his hands look like...
Repeating patterns are at the heart of most wallpapers, as they are part of the core of many simple, old-school, paper-and-pen games. While elementary in design (and execution), these basic black-and-white wallpaper designs feature an element of creative, unique and ultimately unpredictable emergent design that makes them grow more complex with tiime. The first layer – the original printed design – is as simple as it gets: a series of mazes, tic-tac-toe boards and crossword puzzles that naturally lend themselves to virtually infinite extension in any direction. Created by CinqCinq , these have been placed as the backdrops of art installations and waiting room interiors- perfect places to encourage spontaneous interaction. By setting out specific colors of pencil, pen, crayon or marker, the designer (or space owner) gets to exert another level of control but ultimately leaves the finished product in the hands of people who pass through a given space.
What is important to you 2011-ongoing It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and forget what really matters to you. After I lost someone I loved very much, I thought about death a lot. This helped clarify my life, the people I want to be with, and the things I want to do, but I struggled to maintain perspective. I wondered if other people felt the same way.