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Accidental sculpture

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Stack of bricks removed from Atlanta Contemporary Art Center wall for architectural installation. Green painted brick, as it turns out, is a Russell Maltz piece. Marble birdwing origin unknown.

13th Dec 2008, 21:34   comments (3)

Exploding like spiders

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Birthday card, from my wife. Inside:

"Light it up & set it off -- Happy Birthday! Love, -A-"
12th Dec 2008, 05:15   comments (11)

Today's Uniform

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11th Dec 2008, 15:56   comments (7)

MARTA Catholic Protection Test Station

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"Call before digging."

I swear, I know what each of those words mean individually (MARTA is the local metropolitan transit system), but I'm kind of at a loss for what it all means aggregately, in this context.

10th Dec 2008, 02:43   comments (5)

Elephant Soars Over

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By yours truly, but based on a design by old acquaintance Andy Lee of PaperBrush Studios ( http://www.findandy.com/ ) who still does it way better and isn't limited to whiteboard markers.

9th Dec 2008, 17:07   comments (4)

Dear God, why?

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This is the very symbol of what's totally and completely wrong with the US healthcare system.

I wish it was easier to explain. At the ultimate core, however, is a horrendous layer of bureaucracy designed to obscure unconcionable greed and criminal irresponsibility with other people's money. Just like with the subprime/mortgage/credit/cds meltdown.

Same disease, different symptom.

This little toy bear, promoting commercial (and expensive) copies of the volumes and volumes of codes (typically bought with huge wads of Other People's Money) necessary to complete a form so that a doctor can get reimbursed for service (from a private stockpile of Other People's Money and/or a dwindling supply of government funds), symbolizes it all by its very presence, by the necessity that brings it into being.

8th Dec 2008, 16:04   comments (4)

Product placement

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8th Dec 2008, 03:10   comments (4)

Long shadows mocking short dogs

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7th Dec 2008, 21:41   comments (6)