Here are some recent plates from concerts and events. I wasn’t aware of the subtleties of cheap paper plates, and look forward to returning those with better-formed rims.
We occasionally host house concerts here. To avoid our neighbors being troubled by strangers knocking on their door, I post a sign on ours. We had plenty of paper plates for the
I took a brief field trip to W. 29th Street recently. Officially, it was to ask the Art Director’s Club if their library might be interested in my father-in-law’s huge collection of excellent old annuals and design
Once again, taking a break from the keyboard I roamed the Upper West Side. Here’s some of the local eye candy I found. The graffiti may not be as sophisticated as what you see in Soho, but we
Taking breaks from life at the computer recently I found some more interesting art walking with my iPhone.
It was a bad carpet day. Visiting the future home of my down-sizing in-laws, I just had to document it. Über-gifted, artist/designer Bill Backalenick no doubt will make their apartment tasteful and serene.
Breaking away from my computer I sometimes take long walks. My handy iPhone helps document unusual sights and interesting details so I can share them with others. Here’s a backlog from
Last May and June, in the pedestrian lane on the East Drive of Central Park I discovered a series of chalk pictograms. Evidently drawn by a guy named James De La Vega, they would disappear and