Saturday, April 14, 2007

Experiment: High Concept

Get your hands on a newspaper.

Use a pair of scissors to cut out 13 words from four different sections of the paper to give you a total of 52 words.
Next cut out 4 pictures from three different sections to give you a total of 12 images.

Paint an empty tissue or cereal box a solid color.
Place the newspaper clippings onto the box before the paint dries so that they will stick.
You can mix the words and images from the various sections of the newspaper into any order or arrangement.
Any words or images left over after the surface of the box is covered may be placed inside of the box. When it’s dry put it up on top of your refrigerator, or on another elevated surface.

Keep it up high.


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