A few nighttime shots of the cherry blossoms and the Washington Monument. Now, if only the spring weather would come back!
A few weekends ago, C. and I went to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The regular collection is awesome (Piet Mondrian, Henry Moore, David Smith), but we were there to see the Suprasensorial: Experiments in Light, Color and Space exhibit. This was one of the “coolest” art exhibits I’ve ever been to. Some of the installations seemed like something from a trendy nightclub.
Suprasensorial will run until May 13. I highly recommend running/spinning/dancing in Jesus Rafael Soto’s “Blue Penetrable BBL” nylon string installation.
Hirshhorn site: http://hirshhorn.si.edu/exhibitions/view.asp?key=1&subkey=510
ANOTHER national publication doing a piece on restaurants in Charleston, SC?! By the time I get back there no one’s going to even have a drawl!
The best is when a song is really awesome… but the video is even better.
Everything I ever needed to know about the debt ceiling I learned from the West Wing
There isn’t much in life I love as much as Brian Williams and a good slow jam…
Hare Christmas Maharishi Hunter Stabler
graphite and India ink on paper
I’m not quite sure how my obsession with Hunter Stabler hasn’t surfaced on tumblr yet, but it is definitely time.
I based an entire semester’s worth of drawings off of his intricate drawings and cut paper works. I even tried my hand at doing this kind of detail work with cut paper for awhile.
I was most heavily influenced by Hare Christmas Maharishi, and in fact did a series of drawings with architectural elements such as columns and bricks developing a human skull.
I was also super excited to find out that Hunter Stabler looks just like what I’d hoped and has the most awesome beard ever… http://www.notcot.com/images/2009/04/hunter.jpg
Best explanation I’ve seen so far of the debt ceiling.