Urban Alchemy

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These are random moments in the life of an indecent designer and the city she loves.

To read my grudging babblings about design, click the button.

And can we really measure
If we think we're any better
than that skyline that goes on and on
forever, on and on...."

- Less Than Jake: Is This Thing On?

Everybody in this world wants the same damned thing-
just not at the same time.

-Chris Orbach: Jane

I could be condemned to hell for every sin but littering."

- Soul Coughing: Idiot Kings

I am a female, carbon based lifeform.
I am a New York City Native.
I am a Design Professional.
I take photographs.
I also sculpt, paint, create mosaics, and play with weapons.

And sometimes, I even dance about Architecture.

What I see, is what you get.

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An exercise in scale.

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Geodyne gets macro shots of one of the Unicorn Cycle tapestries at The

swamprose says:

oh jealous. jealous.jealous. jealous.

hope she posts them. soon.

14th Sep 2007, 14:05

540air says:

Think she has the macro working well then!! :)

15th Sep 2007, 00:08

Tori says:

cool shot and a good title for it

15th Sep 2007, 08:27

Chenav says:

Stolen from France...again :p

16th Sep 2007, 21:40

bronxelf says:

You do know they're not believed to have been *made* in France, right?

16th Sep 2007, 22:15

WhoseShoes says:

I believe there is a certain amount of controvsey surrounding these particular tapestries. They were owned by a french family then sold to J D Rockerfeller in 1922 for approx 1 million dollars :-)

16th Sep 2007, 22:23

WhoseShoes says:

nice shot b y the way :-)

16th Sep 2007, 22:24

bronxelf says:

Yes. The belief is that while they were owned by a French family (and then sold) they were probably not made by French artisans.

16th Sep 2007, 22:24

WhoseShoes says:

yep certainly NOT stolen

16th Sep 2007, 22:25

Viv says:


17th Sep 2007, 12:46