Inside my bag
A few weeks back I found a project on flickr named persona by Jason Travis (link) where you can see a photo of a person and all the objects inside they're bags. These photos are clever and criative. You can understand the people in the photos imediatly: who they are, what they like, their quirks
I thought it would be fun to do something similar, but I didn't like the end result very much. These are the things I usualy bring with me. I forgot to include my keys, and that's very ironic because I'm always leaving them behind!
I never go out without a book to read, and of course, my cellphone. I like to always have a notebook in hand just in case I have any ideias.
I forget everything and anything so I write everything down and do a lot of lists.
Yesterday I was trying to organise and clean the attic when I found these amazing chinese paper-cuts. They are so delicate and colorful. A lot of them are damaged but still recognisable so that's good.
There's landscapes, lamps, animal samurais.
I have no ideia how this was made but you can barely touch them, it feels like they are going to turn into dust if you breath.
I'm going to pick one or two, frame them and then hang them in my room because it would be a waste not to do it.
When I first saw them, I made an instant connection with the work of Rob Ryan (link). I love his work very much.