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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

On the Street....Knotted, Buenos Aires & New York

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Comments on "On the Street....Knotted, Buenos Aires & New York"

 

Blogger la pie qui chante pour un oui pour un non said ... (8:37 AM) : 

Great photos!!!
I like it!

 

Blogger Dina said ... (8:39 AM) : 

Macrame curtains? What an interesting idea! And I think it's really cool that you're branching into something other than street style :)

 

Blogger Ale said ... (8:40 AM) : 

amazing pictures!

xx
ale

 

Blogger Fashionstyle said ... (8:41 AM) : 

Fascinant...

 

Blogger Astrid Walberg said ... (8:43 AM) : 

i think I know which one is buenos aires :) the window!!

 

Blogger Annushka said ... (8:46 AM) : 

To scoop ideas for creation of images it is possible anywhere that I see, it just could be interesting if to note such invoice to itself as on these curtains!!!)))

 

Anonymous becca said ... (8:50 AM) : 

Love the knotted fringe. :-)

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:53 AM) : 

Being form Argentina I can tell you that most likely those macrame curtains were old bedsheets or towels handmade by some grandmother...
I have a few of those myself...with my great-grandmothers initials embroidered in pearl grey....those were the days!
BTW apologies for that stupid interview done by OHLALA! Made me cringe....

 

Blogger Elizabeth Benfield said ... (9:06 AM) : 

awesome photos!

 

Blogger Inútil said ... (9:12 AM) : 

I really admire your point of view, stuff looks diferent through you. Congrats

 

Blogger Ainara said ... (9:13 AM) : 

Beautifull pictures! kisses from spain

 

OpenID sabthaglam said ... (9:16 AM) : 

so cool


sabrina
http://sabthaglam.wordpress.com/

 

Blogger TheWingchairTraveller said ... (9:24 AM) : 

perfectly chosen photos for today...

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:49 AM) : 

Nice to see the first picture of Buenos Aires. Hope there are more coming!

 

Blogger diane said ... (9:54 AM) : 

Thinking to put these two together was a beautiful idea.

 

Blogger Angel said ... (10:03 AM) : 

The things you'll see in South/Central America, Its like not other for sure.

Angels Point of View - Street Fashion Blog

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:04 AM) : 

Great pictures, love them!!!
your pictures inspire me, thank you!!!

 

Blogger fasoolka said ... (10:06 AM) : 

Beautifull pictures! the window is great!

 

Blogger Noumia's papers said ... (10:09 AM) : 

Pictures are beautiful !

xoxo

http://noumias-papers.blogspot.com/

 

Blogger Eryl said ... (10:12 AM) : 

Oh! the stories these tell: about themselves, as subjects in their own right and objects in relation to unseen parties. And, more interestingly for me at least, about the (semi-seen) person who picked them out.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:14 AM) : 

This is jsut fantastic
I loved it ...
A+ for this pic
Diwali SMS.

 

Anonymous Maryanne said ... (10:15 AM) : 

the window curtains will be inspiration for a clothing designer.

the nyc photo seems to be from an art exhibit...or japanese shibari.

 

OpenID featherhand.com said ... (10:18 AM) : 

Fabulous, and BA is a favorite destination of mine :)

 

Blogger Cecille said ... (10:23 AM) : 

interesting broderies at that window

 

Blogger Frozen Fashion said ... (10:44 AM) : 

Oh I want the first picture! I have the perfect place for it!

 

Blogger beths said ... (10:46 AM) : 

Fascinating & beautiful theme. Your photos in this vein really reward the viewer.

 

Anonymous elxoxodemiprima said ... (10:50 AM) : 

I can appreciate a soft evolution in your work yet here you have to excuse me for my ignorance: what is that about?
hyper realism? deconstructivism? post-structuralism?symetry/assymetry? equilibriun?
the first picture send me some kind of message, a romantic one.
But on the 2nd I am clueless.
some light,please?
thanks.

 

Anonymous Ian Carruthers said ... (10:54 AM) : 

Totally, totally love these. How odd...it's the "organic" with the industrial. A favorite of mine. ;)

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:05 AM) : 

Bring more Buenos Aires! :)

 

Blogger randimara said ... (11:25 AM) : 

Sooo beautiful!

Randi, randimara.blogspot.com

 

Blogger cuppycakeme said ... (11:30 AM) : 

Gorgeous pictures!


http://www.cuppycakeme.blogspot.com

 

Blogger onesilentwinter said ... (11:43 AM) : 

love it!

 

Anonymous berkshire mems said ... (11:51 AM) : 

Beautiful juxtaposition! So ... what did you think of Buenos Aires???

 

Anonymous Dana said ... (11:57 AM) : 

Love!

 

Blogger Jana said ... (12:02 PM) : 

I´m from Buenos Aires!!! Post more photos from here!!!

 

Blogger Laura Harris said ... (12:15 PM) : 

woowww inspirational! xxx


http://cestlamademoiselle.blogspot.com/

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:16 PM) : 

JUST WONDERFUL COMPOSITION....LOVE THEM...YOU GAVE ME INSPIRATION FOR TODAY! THANKS...L

 

Blogger Shebelle said ... (12:17 PM) : 

nets.. i see lots of nets..
great for hand dye on loose knitting
very inspirational :))

 

Anonymous Lizzy said ... (12:25 PM) : 

whoa! very cool!

ps. i did a post about your girlfriend today! www.citizette.com

 

Blogger FASHION SNAG said ... (12:45 PM) : 

I love those curtains at the top!

www.FashionSnag.com

 

OpenID fashionslap said ... (12:47 PM) : 

I love photos of random "art" like this. I guess that's what you could clarify it as.

 

Anonymous jimjims said ... (12:54 PM) : 

Love both NYC and BA!

Used to live in BA. Such a great place.

And those knots... Insane.

Really dig how simple little things can add so much style and flair to design.

http://jimjims.net

 

Blogger Penny Lane said ... (1:05 PM) : 

Beautiful!!! Reminded me of this girl in Cosa Rica who makes artistic jewelry with fabric.

This is her site: http://www.wearbonafide.com/

 

Anonymous Lucia said ... (1:10 PM) : 

Beautiful Sart!

What an awesome picture pair, one black and white, an old style lace/makramee, the second an urban colourful net.. I like it a lot!
I don't know if you meant it like that, but I see them as one piece of art, together.

 

Blogger the chirpy bird said ... (1:22 PM) : 

Fantastic! love these!
xo tash

 

Blogger Joseph said ... (1:22 PM) : 

The knotted NYC is a true pice of artwork. Nitty and Gritty. Like the image.
I would like to see this transfer into men's neckwear - a four-in- hand or a windsor.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:43 PM) : 

any beautiful out fit from BsAs?

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:58 PM) : 

okaaaay... good photos, but what about fashion?

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:51 PM) : 

I think some people commenting here are trying way too hard to read something into these two photos. I take your meaning that when you photographed the curtains, it reminded you of the stringing on the push cart. Or vice versa.

 

Blogger breugels said ... (3:09 PM) : 

great photos! amazing.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:26 PM) : 

More Buenos Aires, please!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:39 PM) : 

I love them all, but especially the final one - the same colours repeated, but altered by the focal length. Very beautiful.

 

Blogger - GraceCarolina said ... (3:44 PM) : 

That's so interesting..

http://www.theafeminada.blogspot.com

 

Blogger THESTREETFASHION5XPRO said ... (4:05 PM) : 

this is art

 

Anonymous fashionsdirtylaundry said ... (4:24 PM) : 

I have nothing more to say than:

Superb.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:28 PM) : 

I like the NYC cart shot a lot. A bit like a Pollock!

 

Blogger Ann said ... (4:53 PM) : 

Muy lindas fotos!!!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:25 PM) : 

Knots and nets are among mankind's oldest tools; for thousands of years, they have been used for gathering, hunting and fishing. Anthropologists theorize that knots may have been inspired by the instinctive gesture of crossing one's arms.
Many knots have been imbued with symbolic meaning by diverse cultures. Chi-hsiang is the Chinese Good Luck knot. The Egyptian King Tutankhamen was buried with large knots put on both sides of his chest.
Its fascinating to discover that identical knotting structures appeared in ethnic work collected from distant and totally unrelated cultures. Juxtaposing knots and nets from far-distant parts around the world is perhaps a manner to show us that there appear to be no culture clashes between the ethnic and contemporary approaches, nor between the functional and nonfunctional solutions. The two are intermingled and the parallels intriguing.

 

OpenID eyespyfashion said ... (5:51 PM) : 

Gorgeous shots.

eyespyfashion.wordpress.com

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:57 PM) : 

LOVE :)

 

Blogger silvina said ... (8:51 PM) : 

Yay, a picture from Buenos Aires! Thanks for posting something from my birthplace. I hope there's more.

 

Blogger ceci said ... (9:18 PM) : 

MARAVILLOSA BUENOS AIRES GRACIAS POR RESCATAR UN PEDACITO DE MI PAIS,C

 

Blogger Maria Ana said ... (8:26 AM) : 

Really artistic. This must be a great city!

Maria Ana
www.thebeautylover.blogspot.com

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:00 AM) : 

Dear Scott,

I follow your blog eagerly every day.
I am awaiting for your shots of Argentinian people.

Best regards,

S.

 

Anonymous proletarian Great Gatsby said ... (11:03 AM) : 

Great Pictures: Art & Crafts in the XXI century.

 

Blogger 82Brute said ... (1:52 PM) : 

These two photos thrill me completely. Among other things, in the first someone took a lot of time to make this intricate, decorative and functional window dressing by hand only to have someone else take it for granted, flying through the door in such a hurry as to tangle the fringes in the nob. The second, (the saturated colors and textures are spectacular) and here someone went to a lot of trouble to retrofit this cart, cobbling together the scraps to do so and inadvertently creating beauty in the process. Both speak to human interaction with mundane objects--the door, the cart--where necessity couples with invention leading accidentally to something else entirely, which perhaps they don't even see, but the photographer does; he discovers it and renders it into art. It's genius.

 

Blogger Rachael said ... (1:53 PM) : 

Great pictures! I almost thought the soccer net was the Argentine picture because you see a lot of those around BS but judging from the comments it's the other way around. Love the two pictures!

I hope to see more pictures of your stay here in Buenos Aires!

www.rachaeldiab.blogspot.com

 

Blogger Rachael said ... (1:55 PM) : 

Haha, I just looked a little closer at the second image and it isn't a soccer net at all. My mistake. Still, I love the pictures and the grungy yet romantic look of them.

www.rachaeldiab.blogspot.com

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:53 PM) : 

won't you share some buenos aires looks???

 

Blogger Suite Henry said ... (4:59 PM) : 

I like these very much.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:21 PM) : 

Interestingly ,knots and cordages are the very same precursos of our actual textiles.
Besides, what I particulary found appealing is the fact that while a solitary knot in itself represents immobility and permanence, when assembled in a group(a net) they translate into flexibility and transparency.
On the second piece, a careful examination of its intricate circuitries of ropes that turn and twist will reveal its hidden beauty.It is the sublime metamorphosis of a rather vulgar object in art.

 

Blogger Liz S said ... (8:45 PM) : 

It's amazing where you can find artistry for photos.
I LOVE these!!!

 

Blogger Emma Winn said ... (12:46 AM) : 

Texturally fabulouso. Its true you have to always keep your eyes open for fashion inspiration if you want an edge.

 

Blogger Roberto said ... (9:26 AM) : 

I like it. Very art!

www.design-with-love.blogspot.com

 

Anonymous CAROLA CORUJA said ... (9:44 AM) : 

thanks for the inspiration for my next collection!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:23 AM) : 

The knotted lace curtains reminded me of the lace dress sans slip that the Italian lady paraded around Milan earlier this summer- funny to see that reference. Thank you for an interesting unique visual blog.

Alice Summar Womack

 

Anonymous Style Odyssey said ... (11:42 AM) : 

strong compositions, textural elements. great photos!

 

Blogger Silke Gerstenkorn said ... (1:13 PM) : 

So nothing that you saw in BA inspired you? What a pity!

I think there are lots of nice street looks (http://fashionforwardarg.blogspot.com/search/label/Street%20Looks).

To bad you haven't ran into one.

Cheers!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:37 PM) : 

great photos!! no street style photos from BA?

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:36 PM) : 

Love BA

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:37 PM) : 

Love BA

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:39 PM) : 

Love BA

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:14 AM) : 

More please! I would have loved to see even more of this theme explored, though I know it's a departure from your usual subject.

 

OpenID Lily said ... (3:15 AM) : 

this is so beautiful!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:49 PM) : 

Wow, those are very unique curtains.

http://red-soledfashionista.blogspot.com/

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:05 AM) : 

see these cart all the time and never notice how interesting they are. thank for bringing every day beauty to light.

 

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