5 Sep 2000 Adrian   » (Master)

Discovery of the day: Andy Goldsworthy

Just picked up a copy of A Collaboration with Nature today. An incredibly impressive collection of photos. Very nice.

All his artwork is made from natural materials, in natural settings, and usually extremely temporarily. The books are collections of photographs of the pieces. Very very cool.

I had seen a couple pics of some of his work in a few of the earthworks books I have, but didnt realize everything he does is that good. I am impressed.

The tiny little pictures on the Smithsonian site do not do the images justice, but it's about the best url I could find. Anyone have a better link, preferably with high res pictures and maybe the inscriptions/explanations? justice.

Didn't do anything related to free/open software today. Though I do find it humourous that one of the other companies in the same field as my employer seem to be making the same mistakes we did.

Now, off to the LUG at NCSU meeting.

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