Pretty good Joy Division cover of The Eternal.
I should practice these methods as I am always the guy who needs to iron his shirts when travelling.
If have been listening a lot to 16 Horsepower lately. I find it hard to admit that although I had heard of them, I only discovered them a couple of months a go. Visually this performance is rather kitsch, but the musical performance is very good I think. I’d say they bring consolation and increase strength.
This is another object I made to decorate my room when I was a student. It was made in 1995 as a kind of homage to Jasper Johns. It is inspired by an eye chart I had taken from a hospital building they were about to tear down.
When I was a student I sometimes made things to decorate my room. This is one of the objects that survived. I think I made it in 1995. It is supposed to be a homage to Gordon Matta Clark. At a book market in Leiden, the city where I lived and went to University, I found a copy of the IVAM catalog. The book with the die cut cover.
Photographer and blogger Harvey Benge about the exhibition and publication Gift by Rinko Kawauchi and Terrri Weifenbach. Gift is a very nice publication especially because the binding invites the reader to browse the pictures by Terri Weifenbach and Rinko Kawauchi simultaneously thus allowing you to follow the exchange of pictures.
Tai Tak Hardware & Paint. Top picture courtesy Michael Wolf.
A cropped version of this image is included in Hong Kong Trilogy by photographer Michael Wolf. The location of the neon sign is 278 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei in Hong Kong. On Google Street View you can view several pictures from February 2009 until August 2011. It looks like the children’s dress was still hanging there in August 2011. The neon sign does not seem to be in a good shape.
The image by Michael Wolf is from http://www.neonsigns.hk where you can also find some more information about the neon sign.