Thursday, January 31, 2008
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Monday, January 28, 2008
bagithi baba (there comes a lion),
sithi uhhmm ingonyama (oh yes, it's a lion).
Nants ingonyama bagithi baba (there comes a lion),
sithi uhhmm ingonyama (oh yes, it's a lion).
siyo nqoba (we're going to conquer) ingonyama.
I LOVE BIG BABY!!!
Sunday, January 27, 2008
Saturday, January 26, 2008
I wish I could be by your side, very close. So close, that I could see the
sky in your eyes, I wouldn't feel any support under my feet, I would lean on
the wings of love and they would carry us through life, full of love and
I dream to share my love with a dearest person so much! If I would look
goofy in the morning and I would ask you how I look, you'd say that I look
wonderful! Maybe I am silly:. I dream that you could hold my hand and
while walking in the park and tell me that we should visit your friend for a
birthday soon and we'd discuss what to get him as a present:
I want to feel that life is infinite, that nothing matters except our love,
I want to feel my heart beating faster when I look at You:is it possible?...
I wish to find out your opinion at (bogus URL removed) and put all my hope
for our future relationship.
Thursday, January 24, 2008
these are just a few pictures from this mostly/awesome site with lots of public art/street art
hi! lny invited me to put stuff on this blog when i get to south africa. im still in new brunswick. but i found that this morning.
tminusfourdays til i liftoff.
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
OMG IT S TUESDAY
we have to put recycling out! tonight!
or we may drown in bottles!
i'm not doing this as a bitchy like, omg guyz you like suck and like we gotta house help the house omg you do nothing for the
i'm doing it cuz i forget everythign and i think a lot of us do too
but i don't forget to check the blog
so i figured this is a good reminder?!
recycle or die!
Monday, January 21, 2008
Sunday, January 20, 2008
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Friday, January 18, 2008
By Claudia ParsonsThu Jan 17, 2:40 PM ET
Four giant waterfalls will be erected in New York for three months this summer in a public art project city officials hope will create $55 million in extra tourism revenue for the Big Apple.
The waterfalls, including one that will fall from the famed Brooklyn Bridge, are the brainchild of Danish artist Olafur Eliasson. Installation will cost $15 million, funded by private donations to New York's Public Art Fund.
"It's about seeing water in a different way," Eliasson told a news conference on Wednesday, unveiling plans for the waterfalls, which will range in height from 90 to 120 feet -- around the same as the Statue of Liberty from head to toe.
Three of the waterfalls will cascade into the East River and New York Harbor from free-standing scaffolding towers that Eliasson said were part of his artistic vision, mirroring the scaffolding towers that sprout up throughout New York. The falls will be in place from mid-July to mid-October.
City officials are hoping to emulate the success of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's project, "The Gates," which drew around 1.5 million visitors to the city in February 2005 to view about 7,500 saffron panels draped through Central Park.
Increased hotel, restaurant and other business revenues linked to the waterfalls should bring an additional $55 million to the city's economy, Deputy Mayor Patricia Harris said.
The Circle Line Downtown boat company will offer free and discounted trips to give visitors a closer look at the waterfalls.
But Eliasson said the tour boats would not be able to get as close to the water as tourist boats do to New York state's most famous waterfall, Niagara Falls, on the Canadian border.
"It's quite a lot of water, it would not be good to go under," Eliasson said. The scaffolding will have a floating barrier at the bottom to stop small boats going underneath and a "shark cage" under the water to stop fish being sucked into the pumps that will take the water to the top.
The pumps will be powered by renewable energy sources and the falls will be lit only by low-level lighting at night that Eliasson said would be "not Las Vegas-style."
Eliasson, who was born in Copenhagen in 1967, is best known for his 2003 installation "The Weather Project" at the Tate Modern in London, a giant sun made of mirrors, lamps and mist that drew over 2 million viewers.
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
2. I made this while working on some album art for the next one:
There is some information on the album that was recently posted on All Over the Where blog.
As well as a chronicling of old releases. If you are interested let me or Reid know.
The new album: Fortune Favors the Brave