Monday, March 9, 2009

Two Windows (Kidnap K.F.A.)

Same part of town as the last few days. You can't see it in this resolution, but the second and third louvers of the vent in the bottom window have the phrase KIDNAP K.F.A. written on them with a marker. How urban can you get?

WHAT WENT REALLY WELL: I spent Sunday afternoon at a good local gallery, Soulard Art Market. The current show was in teardown. As the artists came by to get their exhibits. I asked them if i could photograph them with their work. Everybody said yes. Got some good stuff, which will appear here in coming days.

TOMORROW: Forgiveness.


Olivier said...

j'attends avec impatience la série "soulard art market". Leur site internet est très bien
I wait with impatience for series " soulard market art ". Their Internet site is very well

cieldequimper said...

Sorry to sound stupid but what's KFA? Kentucky Fried Acorns? No... I can see that isn't working... ;-) Very urban shot indeed!

Virginia said...

Kentucky Fried Acorns!!!That's a good one!

I am so pumped to see your artists. That's what hooked me on STL CDPB in the first place last summer. Bring em on !!!

Bob Crowe said...

Just to be clear, I have no Idea what K.F.A. stands for. I assumed it was some kind of gang sign. Kentucky Fried Acorns is an awfully appealing idea, though. How about: Keep Fooling Around?

Anonymous said...

The bottom window is like a window quilt, patchwork of colors, textures, shapes. This photo rocks!

Dan Jaboor said...

I'm looking forward to see the artist photos as well. Thanks for coming by and doing that, it was a true pleasure to watch you work.

Ming the Merciless said...

For some reason, I love this photo. It has an abstract feel to it. It doesn't have a lot happening in it but the devil is in the details.