Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Monday, June 28, 2010

my fendi love for the summer

this is a great collection ... colors, textures drapery and unfinished trims...

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Pepe Heykoop's Sputnik lamp

Called Sputnik, the collection is hand-made and each piece is unique. Sputnik is a papermacheed bubble trapped in a metal frame. The freehand production process determines the shape. The outcome is that they are all a bit different and so become family.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

just read this quote somewhere

 ......   the more scarves we own, the less we like each one of them  .............

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Palm Springs Estate

The estate belonged to a strange wealthy man with a Napoleon fetish .....
Brought my old 35mm back to life for a few snaps on the West Coast back when then recently ....

girly time

Monday, June 7, 2010

Ceren Bingol interview/article w/on Chris Mendoza, Mike Ming, Rostarr (Romon Yang) and {sic} (Seth Indigo Carnes) --- Repositioning NYC Wall Painting (27 years after the Style Wars)

Hip Hop Word Count by Linguistic Researcher Tahir Hemphill

Tahir's Hip Hop Word Count project is featured on psfk.com , go ahead and read this genius interview with this researcher artist creative director strategic planner Tahir Hemphill ...


Renewable Times Sqaure competition entry by Seth Indigo Carnes (assisted by Ceren Bingol)

I recently assisted artist extraordinaire {sic} for the reNEWable Times Square competition entry...

Below is the original poem by {sic} written for "iheart times square".

standing here
at the crossroads of the world
a square of electric aspiration
where the world is a screen
an extended american dream
spectacular commerce of a people
in a new agora
holding the beacon of hope
a torch of imprisoned light
yearning to be free
in a land where
love is the common currency
out of many
we are one

The “iheart times square” project is an exploration of symbols and poetics, a love affair with representation. Both poetic text and ideograms are powerful symbols that suggest or generate an aspect of life which is intensely singular yet elude attempts by the intellect to fix or establish a single meaning. These symbols channel threads in the history, emotions and behaviors of human existence and beliefs.

The words of “iheart times square” explore mutable texts as interactive poetry. An original poem is written; its words are split apart and painted on the ground as large-scale standalone objects. The location of the words invite the visitors to either find the intended flow of the poem or discover meaning based on the random flow of their travel.

Like love, iheart knows no boundaries. Text is picture, picture is text; the path is the destination. The words and symbols of “iheart times square” shift in scale from the local to the universal, i.e. the words "cross roads" symbolize both the physical nature of the street grid as well as the melting pot of diverse visitors at Times Square. The symbols also vary in scale to address multiple perspectives, pedestrian flows and heights by which viewers may view the Broadway plazas.   

images and text courtesy of {sic}

below are examples of previous iheart prtojects by {sic}