Interconnectiveness of Seemingly Random Objects

The seemingly random nature of the Interconnectiveness of all things is not as random as it may appear.

Dripping water, flowing down a pillar at the station  creating the Rust, Water,and Abstraction

It Oozes Forth

filled with intentional scratching left behind, leads to the deliberate defacing of

a political poster.

Dot Your Eyes and Cross Your Nose

The Interconnectiveness of it all is summed up in this lonely lost pin, discretely placed, intently waiting to be claimed by its master.

WA Badge of Honor?  Lost and then Found


Is it all random?

Do we look for some tangents to be drawn between them?

I don’t know.  But I do know that by exploring the nature of image creation as a means of expression I will attempt to find it.

2 Responses to “Interconnectiveness of Seemingly Random Objects”

  1. Jerry Says:

    once again
    you blow our minds
    from halfway around the world
    seeing that which is in front of us
    yet showing us in a different way
    how do you do it?

  2. jacob Says:

    i dont know how i do it.
    i just do it. somehow it works out its own
    kinks and gets done.


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