Brilliant… Hey, Bill Watterson, what are you up to these days?
That’s at least as artistic as a lot of what you see in the modern art exhibitions.
try to make myself a work of art
Oh yes! I remember when I was working at Safeway, a lot of the employee guidelines that came from headquarters used quotes in all the wrong places, making me wonder what kind of numbnuts corporate types I was dealing with.
suspicious as fuck
Really. Punctuation DOES matter.
Can’t not reblog
I walk past this pretty regularly, there are a lot of cool / weird art projects over on that side of Bravo Murillo. Tetuán is cool. And even more so now that I’m here. Mua ha ha ha ha!
Obra de Borondo
Barrio de Tetuan - Madrid
rabia-infinita said: oh my gosh your tone in these articles it's the best thing i could have woken up to this morning... ESPECIALLY this: “Hey, Pedro, have we ever gone whoring together?”“Well, I guess only about… 250 TIMES!!!”
I’m glad you liked it. I enjoyed writing the whoring article too. True story, by the way.
Anyway, if you hadn’t seen The Chorizo Chronicles, I’m spending more time over there now.
Keep it real,
Iconic Madrid buildings. El Pirulí, that one in Plaza España (now abandoned, I think) and something modern out there in the Avenida de Ámerica neighborhood. See also: 5 reasons why living in Madrid is awesome.
Minimum Wage Machine (Work in Progress) (2008-2010)
Custom electronics, change sorter, wood, plexiglas, motor, misc. hardware, pennies.
(approx. 15 x 19 x 72 inches)
The minimum wage machine allows anybody to work for minimum wage. Turning the crank will yield one penny every 4.97 seconds, for $7.25 an hour, or NY state minimum wage. If the participant stops turning the crank, they stop receiving money. The machine’s mechanism and electronics are powered by the hand crank, and pennies are stored in a plexiglas box. The MWM can be reprogrammed for different minimum wage’s in different locations.