and....some non backyard pics, sure to please! ;)
I'm also into the great selection of colorful nylon lanterns. I'm trying to decide what colors to mix for the backyard. I'll retrofit them with some great IKEA LED lanterns so there's no electrical or candle worries!
Crazy? A bit. Strangely appealing vintage signs with modern sentiments. I'm getting one as soon as I get approval from the girlfriend.
Lots more treasures where those came from too!! And! it appears Hook Lady is at some snazzy flea in NJ....I'll have to check that out!
Through the lens of Steampunk, a meta-subculture that is currently at its tipping point of growth, we explore the inevitable question a subculture faces as it grows from disparate DIY roots. Who and what belongs? Can it transform permaculture?
Well, I guess that leaves me with more questions than answers and as such I am left with the deep exploration and fervent following of this new movement. I hope Hot Topic does find out about this otherwise we may be purchasing XXS $14.99 shirts with the "Steampunk" logo silk-screened across the front.
Second in a series of Book Projects, RfS has created 30 carved books to be "lost" on the sidewalks and alleyways of Houston Street, San Antonio, Texas.
By chance or inclination, pedestrians may discover, examine, take, or just ignore these books. RfS continues to delve into facts and fiction, as a way of understanding our world.
Just inside the cover, we have altered the books with carvings, drawings, and intricate cuttings by imagining how books might react and alter themselves as an adaptation to harsh conditions. This is a fairly open experiment, in which we are trying to ask some questions about the continual loss and recovery of meaning. We are trying to uncover the highly improbable appearance of authenticity somewhere and somehow under our feet.