“Life’s not a bitch, life is a beautiful woman
You only call her a bitch because she won’t let you get that pussy
Maybe she didn’t feel y’all shared any similar interests
Or maybe you’re just an asshole who couldn’t sweet talk the princess”
— Aesop Rock, “Daylight”
*Editor’s Note: I am attempting to allow this installation to evolve on its own and to be self-explanatory. Thus, I’ve said nothing about it to date. But I want to note here my attempts to pull together commonalities among art media and the interplay between mixed media. As such, I hope it provides insight into my ADHD-addled brain and opens new pathways in your own discovery of art.
8 thoughts on “100 Days of Art – Day 5: ¡¡WENOS DÍAS!!”
I like the way you smoothly tied the two shots together. Very cool piece of art baby. 🙂
Thank you! I heard that song for the first time last night, and that section of lyric caught my ear. I wanted to use it, but couldn’t figure out how. Then this morning, I saw your “Weno Dia” post and remembered the graffiti. I like this one, I must admit.
Looking through my own shots of our time in Granada, I can see how there are collections that want to come together to form their own collective art that tell stories that we perhaps were’t yet attuned to, while we shot away.
You should do something with them. I had the same perspective, but I’m being all ADHD, because I never get to be that and I’m sick of people thinking it’s a weakness, when it’s a gift.
I was putting collections on my Today on Earth blog, but got discouraged.
I once thought my ADHD was just genius at work, but it is also ADHD. Like you say, it’s a good thing most of the time.
The feelings of discouragement are the ADHD too, but it’s no weakness. Just need to stop for a breather and then start again.
Yes. Once I realized my “quick temper” was ADHD, I stopped having one, for the most part. Self-awareness is the key.
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