Saturday, May 06, 2006

Test print of a recent foamcut, 30" x 12" inches. I drew this in permanent marker right onto the foam, as I sat across the street. I need to clean up some things, espeicailly the woman who is waiting at the bus stop. She stood there, waiting, for almost 30 minutes, waving by several buses that were not her route. Behind here is an large unused building that is ornate yet nondescript. At least a tidbit of explanation would come from those two I beams sticking on the left if they still held a sign.

Start of a New Piece

This is the full size sketch for a 15 x 4 ft three-color foamcut. I'm still revising the sketch, the photos are about two weeks stale.

How nice of Pepsi to join me.

Broadway St. in Chinatown, New York

I had no idea that silly blonde-haired fellow was presiding over this picture when I took it.

The Kind of Buildings Elite Colleges Have, and the Elite Who Use Them

This college costs $41,000 dollars a year. Part of this obviuously goes to these gorgeous, ornate buildings that fill the entire campus. Ironically, you can struggle to find anyone in them, as... $41,000 a year is not something many can refrain from gasping at.

At least this school is cultivating culture. Here we have a leading representative of this fine school, as shown by his participation in student government. What forces of progress for humanity does he show? An interest in "Civil War, Politics, Cars, Travel."

Maybe some clarification as to what civil war? Perhaps he simply likes all civil wars. I wonder what he thinks about imperialistic wars? I have a guess.

More stupifying wealth.

More personal interests of the cultural and intellectual elite.

It was raining hard so I decided to wait under an Interstate overpass. I decided I might as well take some pictures while I waited