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March 22nd, 2004

Life Without Words

Paul seems to have disappeared, and given his recent trip to Jupiter, I’m a bit scared. Cross your fingers for his safe return from space.

The Untitled Project takes photographs from urban settings and separates all text from the image. Signs become blank and advertisements are reduced to their barest elements, forcing the viewer to draw their own conclusions when they’re not provided with the textual information they’re expecting.

This image, for some reason, stands out to me.

Posted in Just Plain Odd

FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Monday March 22, 2004 -- 1:30:44 pm
I saw this on another blog last night - looked at two or three images and decided it was a total waste of bandwidth.

But then I'm not in that metrosexual hipster avante garve sub-group that it is probably targeting.



FROM: Ryan [E-Mail]
DATE: Monday March 22, 2004 -- 2:04:45 pm
Are you implying that I am?

I don't believe any term is less descriptive of me than hipster. Avant-garde, maybe. Metrosexual... have you seen my hair? :)



FROM: Monica
DATE: Monday March 22, 2004 -- 6:04:16 pm
the images are kind of refreshing.
And the one with the McDonald's reminds me of Legos, for some reason.



FROM: Rheinholdt Tzarius
DATE: Friday April 16, 2004 -- 2:01:28 am
I think there was a word from an Asian language (not sure which) that meant to think without words --

"mu"

Interesting concept, difficult to apply.

'OK brain, no more words. At all. ... Hey it works! oh wait, really now, no more, ok here goes... oh yeahGODDAMMIT'



FROM:
DATE: Friday April 16, 2004 -- 6:37:08 am



What is this then?

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