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Nicolery Hierophen
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Street Spelling by Nicolery Hierophen, mella hyperborea

June 22nd, 2006 3:47 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Spell out your character's name or your name in San Francisco street signs, one for each letter. Take pictures of each street sign for proof.

Better yet, have someone else spell out for you and trade pictures.

After a night of art, Bjork, music, and curry, we decided to tackle this task. Luckily, I'd thought I had memorized the task, so we went around photographing various street signs for letters in the mission! Totally fun, and we found a really nice view, and watched cars along the way. Later we assembled them, ransom-note style, into our full names. I went to load up the task, lo and behold, it's one for each letter! As in, they start with it!

Well foo!

Anyhow, I submit the work that we did, which may or may not be the task to you. It certainly feels like we spelled out our names with street signs to us!

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names

names

spelled out


View!~

View!~

You had to be there



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posted by Celina on June 22nd, 2006 4:09 PM

I love how you composed the letters together. Totally hot.

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posted by Cameron on June 22nd, 2006 4:32 PM

Yeah, that's totally the way to do it. Rock.

Consider this Placebo Points, as I am out of votes.

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posted by Oliver X on June 22nd, 2006 4:49 PM

Nice.

Part of the challenge is finding streets that start with the odd letters, but I almost prefer this.

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posted by r0ck c4ndy on June 22nd, 2006 4:59 PM

Seems excellent to me. I love the way it's an action shot!

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posted by Joe Zarate-Sanderlin on September 21st, 2006 7:37 PM

Zoinks! I had not checked in here for a while. So cool to see a task get interpreted. Way to go.

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posted by Sean Mahan on September 20th, 2007 5:01 PM

That finished product looks fantastic. Hooray for old tasks catching my eye from the front-page praxis collage!