Re: Christina Anderson show
Christina, my husband and I always notice those things, too. Our
favorite of all time was driving down a road that ended at a
crosstreet. As we stopped we noticed the big DEAD END sign straight
across the street, and right behind that, a cemetary!
On 5/3/07, Christina Z. Anderson <email@example.com> wrote:
LOL mine, too. I made that image while in grad school and no one really
liked it except me. I hung it in my thesis show anyway, and talked about it
in my paper. To this day I still like the humor and simplicity of it. It
makes me laugh. Now, when I travel, I always look at wrong way signs
differently. Context, context, context...
I remember driving down the interstate one day and passing two signs saying
"Smoke". I found that hilarious, too. Also, the Caution, Church sign that
I've only seen in the South. So I did a series of Text in Landscape images
of this nature.
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From: "Judy Seigel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 11:54 PM
Subject: Re: Christina Anderson show
> Very beautiful, Chris, all of them. But my favorite is "Wrong Way."
> "I'd recommend it for a Pulitzer Prize, except I lack the credentials."
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