From the daily archives: Friday, April 1, 2011

Each of these childhood treats has ingredients of artificial dyes and so is treated as a color object.  The exception is Wonder Bread, so it is treated as a white object.  Like the color theory of the same name, in this drawing each object is influenced by the color fields that bound it. Childhood Treats […] more!

More help needed for anorexic children: link When I started this piece I had the intention of combining the article regarding childhood anorexia, a recipe for ‘Easter biscuits’ and an illustration reminiscent of Ronald McDonald’s head in a noose. With only a small amount of time before the midnight deadline, however, the work did not […] more!

April Fools

April 1, 2011 by

I’m going to start posting in earnest over the weekend, but I thought the image on the front page of the Times today was evocative of this Stephen Shore image.  Little visual association… Ivory Coast image: A soldier loyal to President Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast, who is losing troops to defection, on Thursday in […] more!

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The Collage Journal is now in its seventh year. I produce a collage solely from the images and texts of that day’s newspaper. The Collage Journal’s 2091+ collages reside in over 187 Strathmore books. I have thus-far used 46 cutting boards, 298 Exacto blades, and 212 glues-sticks. As consistent as the newspaper is printed, Tweet more!

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First articles on newspaper’s site, Libya, war… The voice of the journalist being a voice synth instead of a human being adds to the situation… Tweet more!

Meet Gladys Horton who was the lead singer of the Marvelettes. The group that gave Motown Records their first No. 1 hit, ‘Please Mr. Postman. This is phase five for Gladys. In order for her to stand out, she is be the only one in her group that will remain in color, the other three […] more!

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