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August 20, 2010 at 11:47am

DEPT. OF NOW SEE THIS: Poster and postcard

Street Botany Figure 8

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WHAT I FOUND LAST NIGHT DURING ARTWALK >>>

Last night I found Maria Jost's Street Botany's Figure 8 poster "What is this Taraxcum officinale poster about?" at the Brick House Gallery. You can read the multiple choice answers clearer on her Street Botany's blog here. This poster and the previous seven focus on art and science and plants, and they drop periodically in Tacoma.

According to her blog:

These figures will be posted around town. If one appears to be posted with direction, it was so placed because I appreciate the particular location and what it offers to the community. If one appears to be posted randomly, it almost certainly was.

Please pay as much attention to the posters as you like. I anticipate that many will be removed, most will be discarded, some will fall off or down, and a few will be kept.

I was hoping in this final paragraph to strip down my motivations for such a project into a single cohesive purpose. But, I am not quite sure how to synthesize the personal and public elements of my motivation. So for now, my purposes are simply: 1) to artistically explore the science-based concepts living in my brain, and 2) to share some pretty pictures with this town.

I also stumbled upon the Smooth & Juicey postcard with "complimentary size upgrade" printed on the backside. Jason Granwich designed it. It's freakin' funny.

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