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artwork!

Up until today I haven't put any artwork up in my apartment. I don't know if I didn't do it because I thought I was going to move (which I thought I was for a year but finally just decided that this apartment is convenient), or if I just didn't have anything I wanted to put up. I've got some posters in Illinois that I have had up the past few years, but I just didn't bring them with me when I moved. Who knows why not. Since moving here, I haven't done much just because I don't really have the money to put up things I really enjoy.

While at our mid-term, Tiffany showed us her apartment and the things that she has done to make it her own. It inspired me to do something about the state of my apartment. I've got some ideas, but I haven't gotten to them yet.

Today, a friend of mine posted a program that I just had to try out. The pictures on the site looked really cool, so I tried one of my photos. While I was in New York, I took a picture of the corner that Magnolia Bakery sits on. It turned out pretty cool, and I really like street signs, so I figured that this picture was as good as any. It was pretty easy to cut and put together, and I think it turned out really cool. So of course I had to try another. So I went on a flickr search for street signs in Albuquerque and found this picture outside of San Felipe de Neri church in Old town. The shadow from the one way sign is projected on the church, which I just thought was really cool. I love that you can pick and choose the size of what you want to do. I think that my next one I do I'm going to try to fill up my bedroom wall. I've just got to find the right image to do so. Black and white is much easier to do for sure, but I'd love to do a small one in color. Though I think I would take it somewhere to have it printed. In any case I'm really happy with the result, and I think it has inspired me to make a day of cleaning and decorating my apartment which will be great.
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