project : this & that

This + This = That
video : innocent by stereophonics. hubba hubba, kelly jones.

jamie of small expectations has started a new project called 'this + this = that'. each week she will post two inspirational images and the task, should you choose to accept it, is to come up with your own photo, sketch, poem, whatever.

the first week's inspiration was an alpine sledder + a jeongyun chandelier. it sounded pretty hard to me, but i thought about it, and had a couple of images i've never used before. the lena corwin chandelier photo was taken at brooklyn flea a few months ago and the hilly-bench in long island city when we had the snow storm.

although i can get totally distracted by projects created by other people, i find them to be really good creative exercises. think about doing it, too. you can read more details here.

xo, cindy

ps that bench also reminds me of humps and it's wednesday. happy hump day!

9 comments:

L'Atelier said...

great interpretation! lovely photos :)

**WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

Happy HUMP day Cindy...your too funny.
Love your POV to this project...I'm going to head over there and see if I can join in.
Have a great day,
Char

Line said...

beautiful shots Cindy I will check this out, thanks for sharing!!

hmstrjam said...

yay cindy thanks so much for sharing! i also just sprung a mini this+this=that project that isn't as complex and which i think you'll enjoy! ;)

Shari Lidji said...

nicely done cindy! i think you're right about the creative exercise. it's good for us to stretch now and again, huh? hope you had a lovely day.

Candi said...

You are sooooooo talented my friend. This came out beautifully!

My name is PJ. said...

I love what you did with the exercise!

Some of these creative exercises are real mind benders, aren't they?

please sir said...

Oh I think that's a wonderful idea and it stretches your creative mind - great results!

julie king said...

that bench is way cool especially the way you framed the city in the background. my camera is gathering dust these days. so sad!