Good Life/Real World

Aprons mean something’s getting done

Aprons mean something’s getting done

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 stuff Made by Cat Painter now at  in  (Extra enticement -  is 2 doors away)

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Why so serious?  (at Downtown Augusta)

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Why so serious? (at Downtown Augusta)

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Today in the studio: 2 parts water + 1 part Elmer’s glue = non-toxic fray check for dog toys under construction

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Finding Art in the Everyday with Israel’s @dudibensimon

To view more photos and videos of Dudi’s everyday art, follow @dudibensimon on Instagram

"While sitting on the couch, I saw a pile of bowls on the counter; it looked to me like a sleeve. The next day I took a picture of it,” says Tel Aviv creative director Dudi Ben Simon (@dudibensimon).

Dudi says his inspired by the people and everyday objects around him, such as his niece, a friend with great shoes and a blue-haired coworker. “Since studying history of art at school I was fascinated with what can be made by using objects and daily pieces when they are disconnected from their original use,” he explains.

Often an idea is born “in a matter of minutes,” Dudi says, and adds that he is guided by his feelings towards something with little planning ahead. “A year ago I purchased a plate with a black swan image that I had been dying to take a picture of but couldn’t find an idea,” says Dudi. “One morning, I opened the fridge and in front of me I saw some green beans—I took the photo that second before I left to work. I also take the photos on the same table or hardwood floor. It amazes me how different it turns out every time.”

On the fourth of July I was thinking about my favorite patriotic songs. My true favorite is This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie. I love the message, I love how easy it is to sing, I love the America and Americans it captures.
Perhaps I should have been less surprised when I began gathering material for my new experiments with California flag imagery that my favorite California song has the same author.
California Stars, lyrics by Woody Guthrie, performed by Jeff Tweedy and Billy Bragg
http://youtu.be/i28BZGuqLmA

On the fourth of July I was thinking about my favorite patriotic songs. My true favorite is This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie. I love the message, I love how easy it is to sing, I love the America and Americans it captures.

Perhaps I should have been less surprised when I began gathering material for my new experiments with California flag imagery that my favorite California song has the same author.

California Stars, lyrics by Woody Guthrie, performed by Jeff Tweedy and Billy Bragg

http://youtu.be/i28BZGuqLmA

My flag fixation grows. Experimenting with #California now. Thoughts on artwork on the chest vs. at the hem?

As I begin working with a new flag, I’m starting to really sink into the work of other artists inspired by and related to flags.
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California State Flag Design Typography
This image is copyright and owned by me. Feel Free to Reblog/Repost Anywhere with Proper Credit. Please ask for permission before using outside of Tumblr and credit BrunoDylan with a link to my website http://brunodylan.businesscatalyst.com

As I begin working with a new flag, I’m starting to really sink into the work of other artists inspired by and related to flags.

ionurb:

California State Flag Design Typography

This image is copyright and owned by me. Feel Free to Reblog/Repost Anywhere with Proper Credit. Please ask for permission before using outside of Tumblr and credit BrunoDylan with a link to my website http://brunodylan.businesscatalyst.com