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tko in a different way.. tho perhaps, totally house obsessed

Posted by kaismom (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 29, 12 at 17:39

I stumbled upon this. This was fun for me.

This is a non sequitur but..
I recently watched a documentary on Bill Cunningham of NY Times. Bill Cunningham on Sunday NY Times is one of the things that I look forward to every week. I have found the photographer and the people he showcase extraordinarily interesting. He always features people that dress on the extreme. The documentary showed a very interesting man behind the camera.

This house made me think of the kind of the folks that would dress in a way that would be photographed by Bill Cunningham. I love people that push the boundaries in whatever form. I may not find it pleasing nor agreeable, I applaud the risk that they take. To me, art expands by pushing existing boundaries.

Here is a link that might be useful: NYT article.


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RE: tko in a different way.. tho perhaps, totally house obsessed

Thank you for the interesting article. Sunray Kelley is very popular on Youtube, and you know what I find interesting? Although his dwellings, and his persona are kinda 'out there,' his fridge looks like mine:

Here is a link that might be useful: Everyone has pics :)

This post was edited by mama_goose on Thu, Nov 29, 12 at 17:59


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RE: tko in a different way.. tho perhaps, totally house obsessed

Loved looking through the NYT slideshow -- thanks for sharing the article! I really need to remember to take artistic risks now and then, and it's got me thinking about my kitchen (what doesn't?) in a new way.

mama goose -- your comment and the related image made me laugh!


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