Well, I have this blog and I have the urge to show you something that is not concrete, but abstract and ephemeral, simple and complex at the same time--in other words, let's get a little flaky here:
Check out the following images and let your mind wonder....
This is an image of a chess set created by Yoko Ono, both opponents are painted white, it's from an exhibition I saw with my oldest brother in Houston. It has a very simple statement describing the piece: How to proceed when the opponent is indistinguishable from oneself?
Abstract art by Book Hou (images from BookHou)
abstract art by Mars Cinq-Mars
abstract art with Ogaki typefont (image from Book Huo)
"Love Hate" typography image:
"Right Wrong" typography image
(images by Andrei D. Robu)
See flaking out is not a crime...it can be fun, right?? Speaking of crime however, in the early 1920's Austrailia's police force took images of people they thought were criminals or "were likely to commit a crime", take a look at a few of their store of photos that are currently in an exhibition called "Crooks":
i love the fact that this guy refused to open his eyes..