Inspired by Andreas Slominiski?
Seeing as the Netherlands was only added to Street View this past March, I didn’t make much use of it. That changed a few weeks ago, when I found myself checking street view, so I could give an idea of what my new neighborhood is like to friends and family back in the US. There’s a small square in front of my building, and on street view I noticed at a man with a red hat sitting at a table, right in front of my apartment.
I didn’t think much of it at the time, yet after moving in to my new home, it only took 24 hours for me to realize that the man with a red hat is almost as much a part of the square as the picnic table.
Google Street View captures the man with a red baseball cap.
The man with the red baseball cap, captured on digital film, this afternoon.
If I didn’t know any better, I’d say one of my neighbors was trying to send me a message with their garbage.
In late November, I found myself in Bangkok, looking for some street dogs that I had recruited for a project a few months earlier. On my way to an area where I was fairly certain I’d find at least some of the dogs, I looked down. How apropos
The creative juices sometimes come to you when you least expect. Who would have ever thought that separating a stock of t-shirts by size and color would result in some post-minimalism floor pieces.