Saturday, February 25, 2012
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Even though I ran out of steam halfway through my "album every month" plan from last year, I'm still planning on putting together an audio project once in a while. With this one, All Time Best Sellers, I've created a set of sound collages by extrapolating audio from the raw digital information hidden within images of the cover art associated with the top twelve best selling albums of all time. I've done a lot of looping and multi-tracking to make the generated noise somehow structured, however, I really don't think you'll need to put on your dancing shoes.
Friday, February 17, 2012
When I was printing, cutting, and folding the colophon/portfolios for the Fixed Focus project, I took advantage of the unused edges of the paper to print these little ladies. They're made up of three different kinds of paper I had leftover from other projects hand-stitched together into packages. Inside is inserted a photo only 3/4 of an inch, square. Click the image to enlarge it if you want a better look. I'm intending to send these off to the 3rd annual Leftovers Print Exchange.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
After a nice lunch with Jessica, I spent most of the rest of the day putting together portfolios for my little photography exchange. I think they came out pretty good. I'm planning to get all of them shipped out this week. Soon all of the submitted photos will be available to view in a gallery on the Littlest Print Exchange website. I'm working on making that gallery tonight.
Friday, February 10, 2012
I tripped on our lumpy sidewalk tonight and jacked my hands and knees up pretty good. A few weeks ago our neighbors tried to throw away some pillows and they've been laying on the curb ever since. I missed landing on them by about eight inches. I don't think that's technically ironic, but its surely something. I guess I won't be doing much cross stitchery for the next few days while I'm healing, but if you're interested, the project is a little more than 71% complete.