From one of Over the net’s Basel reports:
Buyer: Can I sit on it?
Dealer: That’s a $1 million euro Roni Horn glass work that weighs three tonnes
Buyer: Sure, but can I sit on it?
Dealer: If you wanted to.
Which brings me to THIS (but can you sit on it?) and the knitted part leads to:
Guerilla Knitting – The ultimate “Tank Top”
Some Wellington style street knitting can be found here.
Tonight I am even random reading. I have just counted the books in various piles that are “to read” or “partly read” around the house (37) so I need to make a start – random choice has started me on Barbara Kingsolver’s “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle” which was sitting in a pile of poetry books so there you go. This book makes a huge amount of sense (even to us in here in New Zealand).
Which reminds me – 2 MUST READ books I can always reccommend are “Poisonwood Bible” by Barbara Kingsolver and “Kalimantann” by CS Godshalk and of course (sneaking in a 3rd) “I Heard the Owl Call my Name” by Margaret Craven. And I’ve just noticed a disturbing theme here….