Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Print Trade PopRocks And Pepsi

Photographer Adam Ryan Morris and I crossed paths. One thing led to another and here we are, agreeing to trade prints. This is one thing I never really do. I always fear I won't follow through, I won't make my print, if I get his/her print I won't hang it...everything really that can go wrong will, so I often dodge the opportunity.

Now, come 2013, I have a showpiece home! I actually do hang art. So let's bring it on!

Adam requests his image and I request mine. Only when I put the two side by side to I realize the inspired mix that we now have.

Like PopRocks and Pepsi. Enjoy.

1 comment:

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