Month: June 2014
A (Very Brief) Disruption
Just a quick note to let you know that I’m on vacation this week–and probably away from the computer–and though I’m going to do my very best to stay on top of things here, I can’t make any guarantees. Normal posting will resume next week.
Snapshot 2 | 10 Things for 22 June 2014
making | watching | finishing | backing | drinking | letting | wondering | searching | bookmarking | loving
Dorothy Hill by Lee Miller, 1933 | Inspired
Solarization, or the Sabattier effect, was discovered (or invented) many times during the 19th century, but it was perfected by Man Ray and Lee Miller, who both took advantage of the dreamlike quality of solarized photos.
Snapshot 1 | 10 Things for 8 June 2014
reading | organizing | thinking about | working | studying | watching | feeling | obsessing over | making
So, that’s my project for the next few months: paring things down even further, figuring out what I actually need and what I just think I need, and how to make the rest of it feel less oppressive. Finding the perfect shade of white paint, because builder’s beige makes me sad. I’m starting here.