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A cup of latte art times nine

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Found objects in people’s garages are always a lot of fun. Especially with photography and when old packaging is involved. This is a photograph that I took today of the back face of a 16mm Kodak Cine Kodacrome film magazine package.

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By the end of the day today, I had made up my mind to make a rendition of what my whole day was like. Prior to starting work on the drawing, I imagined making an illustration that would have musical qualities in it, but would also bear physical movement. In perfect harmony was named after having what I like to think is the ideal day.

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Back in high school my friend Ernesto and I used to drive up to Poo-Bah Records in Pasadena. I remember selling, trading or do just about any kind of job that we could get just so we could buy 12 inch vinyl records.

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Tonight I attended a fundraiser for kids with cancer in Los Angeles and on my way home from the event I thought of making tonight’s piece about being a kid, relationships and connecting with one another. In this piece I applied lines, colors and different shapes overlapping one another, to represent how we as individuals come together and create unity in a childlike kind of way.

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This photograph of the red aluminum bottle of coke is an homage to Ed Ruscha’s On the Road exhibit at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. After viewing the exhibit I made a quick stop at the Museum’s cafeteria and ordered a Coke. On my way to the table with a cold aluminum Coca-Cola bottle on hand, I was approached by two curious pairs of patrons in the cafeteria about the contents on the unknown red object that I was carrying. I figure that the small 8 ounce bottle of coke had collected enough “likes” amongst the diners that the red bottle was ready for prime time. I placed the bottle on the floor and took a picture of it against the dotted wall, reminiscent of a Roy Lichtenstein backdrop.

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