Friday, May 18, 2012

Found Art Friday # 90

Dear Blogopersons,
A bland sounding saying came to needle in:  "Wherever you are, there you are"
(it's no wonder that this was discarded - how can one's tongue lolli  a square pop?)
Two things found sort of near each other, which changed the way to look at each one
And a favorite moment in Signage:

Jim Lindenthal has found several expressions of the mysterious coastal rock sculptor.  Once, we read about a man who did this to soothe the constant ringing in his ears.  Let's hear it for gravity and all it's truthful lumps.  And for all that is temporary despite the effort.

Now we insert a special edition of HEADLINES HAIKU 
A chance poem in the spirit of the Dada ists (from a hundred years ago). They were responding to the upheaval of the between-wars conditions and we believe that they would be having artistic convulsions over our current absurdities.  To arrive at this “poem” the artist saved sets of two words per headline, saving couplets, discarding most.

Gleaned from the news dinosaur print edition
Monterey Herald, May 8, 2012

Developer Say
Valium Killed
Plot Thwarted
Dirty presidential
Making Miracles
Rates Creep
Classes at Risk
Theft Charges
Rethink Pay
Cuts Social
Opposition Boycotts
Your Roots
For Dredging

Have a great week.  Hopeful and stretchy.  And may you actually be present (wherever you are).

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the eye candy Mel...time to stretch!