Re: OT: Into The Wild

Mr. Duncan /
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well then you're cool by me. puddle cutters seem pretty a okay in general come to think of it. I'd try to make it out there for a rally, but alas, I burned all my cash...

...on booze, not literally (though I'm close)

Oh and not to plug myself like whoa here, but this recent piece I did is along the lines of what was in the movie. I was actually recommended the movie on several occasion based on what I was talking about having reminding people of it, I guess.

Anyhoo, the basic concept of this piece is deconstruction. of the myth, it's weight, and basically me (self confessing and acknowledging sneaker addict) The theme is the certainty of being born into "the cycle" and the best reaction being the realization of one's own greatest risk area and subsequently poking fun at it.

I wanted to use the most impermanent medium to illustrate the short relationship or life of product/consumer relationship, and I just so happen to like etch-a-sketching. I drew the Jordan brand logo centered perfectly (branding) and even layered tonality (my signature, no logo needed) I wanted to erase it halfway and as luck would have it, the head (center for progressive thought), arm (hand in the world), and ankle (Achilles heel?) took the hit of aluminum powder better than I could have hoped for. The resulting image was a happy surprise, how I like to work.

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The show will be held in Savannah GA with video documentation most likely to occur. The title is being decided between "Identity?" and "Heterotopia"

Comments welcome, personal philosophy even more so. Sorry for the book.

final thought:

"It's better not to have a preconceived idea of what you want to do, becuase then you can't get pissed off when it doesnt work. Your're just making it up as you go along" - SheOne, seen here:

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