Friday, December 9, 2011

Found Art Friday 69

Dear Members of The Department of Homeland Inspiration,
Here, we celebrate the unexpected moments that can be the stuff of "Art":
"Sunlight Hieroglyphics" found by an Art Vigilante in the Bay Area who waited for optimal light bouncing off windows onto a shrinkwrapped construction surface:
Which seemed to go so well with a swell set of tooth Xrays

Friday Errands from Anony Mous
America's Frayed InfraStucture, make ends might not meet 
and yet another example of patina.

What's on your mind? from Bonnie Hotz
Which makes Art Ranger think immediately of Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker". The new ears are quite fetching.
 Jim Lindenthal sends in this determined feathered creature (perhaps to sing (Christmas) Carols :)
"Is this a glottis?"  It's got to be at least a glottis and a half
 And also from Jim, a riot colored fungi hazard:

This image is an example of the internet turning the whole idea of "authenticity" and even authorship on its head. By a fairly well known photographer, but since we didn't jot the name down, now it is called 13226023366image_web. Some guy, some other country.

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