Daily Archives: January 25, 2012

GLASS KAYAK ON MY WISH LIST

W O W !  I gotta get one of these (and I don’t mean the bikini)! See more at DesignNose.com a fab design blog I just discovered:

MOLOKINI – Transparent Kayak – designose.com.

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CREATIVE IRONY OF FARHARD MOSHIRI

Installation by Farhard Moshiri

Farhard Moshiri lives and works in Tehran, Iran. That can’t be easy. Look closely at his cutting edge installation and you’ll see that it’s made from knives, albeit beautiful ones. Imagine finding yourself in such a stifled society where creativity is not prized? How would you express yourself as an artist? Would you be afraid of repercussions from the government? Would that stop you from making art? Would you still have the time and luxury and freedom to believe in Feng Shui? See  more of Farhard Moshiri’s work.

"Choc Line" 2007 Installation of 130 small acrylic paint pasteries

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OUTDOOR ART SHOW? Attract buyers!

artstall

Here’s a simple idea that can help you attract buyers to your outdoor art fair tent: hang bright colored ribbons to catch the eye and the wind—stimulating your feng shui opportunities.

The ribbons around the tent in the photo above are placed first at the very back covering the Wealth, Fame, and Love areas. If that’s all you can do, that’s the most important. Hang the sides to right or left if you can. Not only do the ribbons signal “Creative Person Here!”, they also serve as defining walls where there are none, separating you out from your neighboring artists.

You don’t need to use ribbons. You could hang bells, chimes, crystals…whatever is appropriate to your merchandise and venue. The point is: use your creativity to raise buyer awareness and to stand out in a crowd. That’s good feng shui!

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