Thursday, November 29, 2007
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
DANCE THE EONS AWAY
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
WHAT IS THIS? New description notes added since original post
This glass jar was found in Lake Washington last summer, at a section of Madison Beach where locals have been tossing their unwanted housewares for decades. Does anyone know what it is? It is about 3" wide and 2.5" tall. It is made of a single piece of glass and has threads on the rim for a screw-on cap or lid. The reservoir or whatever it is in the center is the same height as the outside jar, but the top is slightly irregular as if a close seal were not required. As you can see this reservoir or whatever it is is not quite cylindrical, but slightly flattened. I can't figure it out.
NO. 686: PELTING THE STICKY WALL
Sunday, November 25, 2007
No. 329: THE BRAT
Monday, November 05, 2007
WORTH A SQUINT
To promote their Hallowe'en party and exhibition opening, the Friends of the Nib printed a four-page tabloid called The Monocle. It's loaded with art and writing by FOTN members, including Bruce Bickford, David Lasky, Bob Rini, Heidi Estey, Tom Dougherty and myself.
The opening came and went, and leftover copies of The Monocle are increasingly irrelevant. That's why we're literally GIVING THEM AWAY!
All you have to do is send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to me, Jim Woodring, at P.O. Box 85582 Seattle WA 98145-1582 and I'll send you a copy.
Thursday, November 01, 2007
THE CRUX OF THE MATTER
NOVEMBER ONLINE ART EXHIBITION
It's time once again to make available to the great human congress a small but select collection of tangible works from the hands of your goodwill ambassador at large. Just step on the magic walkway and off we go!