Tuesday, February 03, 2009

C is for Carpet

A Casino Carpet somewhere in Las Vegas
heaven help you if you are palatic and look down
I found the range of carpet patterns amazingly horrendous
Alphabet Soup

Focus on Women Artists
Rosalba Carriera (1675-1757)
"A prominent and greatly-admired portrait artist of the Italian Rococo."
source: Wikipedia

C is for CODE
Photo By Adrian Tokyo Japan
My son tipped me off about Scannable Bar Codes for cellphone users being very popular in Taiwan and Japan. They are used to help tourist with directions, as advertizments, as info for museums, shows, real estate signs, exhibits,etc.
Japanese Tombs Use Bar-Codes to Link With Phones
Interesting article about Barcode Scanning in the Real World

Jafabrit is now Scannable
So anybody viewing the sketchbook can use their cellphone to scan and link to Jafabrit's Art
woo hoo!


Mandy and Leanne who interviewed Nancy and I for their book were in the News.
The Sun also did a little story with a link to their site, with some great pics.
Their book comes out in the Fall, woo hoo!!!
Please do check out their site, yarnbombing
They highlight some amazing work going on around the world
discuss the odd reactions to it.


cynthia said...

I always learn something new over here!! I used to subscribe to the word of the day on some site or another - but who needs that when I can learn new words like palatic ;) which this carpet makes me feel....

I am intrigued by the bar code phenomenon and am happy to say that I have my own now. I might post it in the next few days or so.

Connie said...

I love the alphabet soup you're cookin' over here!!

Peace & Love.

Undaunted said...

That's great about the yarn bombing publicity!

Ooh, reading that bar code stuff made my head spin - kind of like looking at that carpet for too long! I think I need to lie down!

JafaBrit's Art said...

ooh cyn, that is cool I will pop over and check it out. thanks connie, undaunted :)