Friday, June 17, 2005

Things I don't want to forget to talk about when I am free:
  1. The Whole Earth Catalog
  2. The Project Project--and extension (Projectors, anyone?)
  3. 826 and bowling
  4. This year's Big Summer Plan (and boy is it Big!)
  5. ...In the meantime, get hyped for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince--July 16!!
Check out my Flickr favorites. You'll notice that I'm obsessed with long-exposure color photos taken at night... Lovely.

Also: my 43 things.


Anonymous oki-doki-poki said...

I would love to be your rival! and
yes, I do love the outer-space and cosmonauts and sooo on

Helvetica is beautiful
and i too enjoy the ever-classy Garamond.


12:08 AM  
Anonymous ---me,again said...

(p.s. we would be the friendliest rivals to ever exist!)

12:08 AM  
Blogger T.C. said...

Yay for fonts! Maybe outer-space could be a future zine theme! (btw I left you a comment with a great Helvetica link, be sure to check it) And yes I think our rivalry would confound everyone but us.

When do you leave for Korea?

11:27 AM  
Blogger T.C. said...

Oh and also, I think I'm going to make some clothes for myself this summer. Have you done this?--it seems like the kind of thing you might have done. And if so, any tips?

11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, I should have one of these. I sort of have this except it's not really me even though I plan on doing most of those.

6:49 PM  
Blogger T.C. said...

Alison, that's a lovely list! Darkroom photography is great, it's hugely relaxing and has the best atmosphere, especially if you have music on and you become really focused and just obsessively work on one print for hours... But I digress.

Also: secret! underground! tunnels! Too cool. Be sure to report back.

Where are you going on your road trip?

8:11 PM  
Anonymous Alison said...

The secret underground tunnels (or Shanghai tunnels) are quite interesting. Apparently sailors, cowboys, construction workers-pretty much anyone-would be kidnapped and taken underground and sold to sea captains! This all happened underneath Portland. Nowadays, you can take official tours to see the tunnels, but I'd rather do exploring of my own.

And the destination of the road trip hasn't been finalized, but my friend and I are thinking Victoria, Canada. Its not too far away and the weather is so nice in the summer. And its fun to take the ferry around all the little islands.

10:54 PM  
Blogger T.C. said...

Wow! Please make an insane photo-essay on the underground could like stage scenes, and maybe dress up as sea captains and cowboys and etc. Oh man! In dingy black-n-white, too...

I love this idea. Do it!

11:34 PM  
Anonymous Alison said...

Oh nice idea! If I can figure out how to get down into these tunnels, I will get together with my group of photojournalists and definetly do that.

11:55 PM  

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