Monday, March 29, 2010

Kim Schoenberger's ALaw - IJKLM

I like the way in which my 'discarded' letters have presented themselves in pure spontaneity and find it even more interesting the ones that have been hard to find, into thinking outside the square.
I & J - were found in an old box of finds of rusted nuts and bolts,

K - has been my most challenging letter yet, funny thing...should I read into that? An old wingnut attached to a post cut in half (post - internal part to connect two door knobs) .

L - was a happy find, a chuck tool for tightening a drill bit into a drill,

M - just happened to come to me in the old rake head I liked the look of, abit cut of the end...cement still intact.


Fiona Dempster said...

Hi Kim

I think the K sorted itself very nicely, and I really like the M as well. The chuck makes a great L too - what fun!

Barry said...

K - it really is in the eye of the beholder - you must both conscious;ly and sub-consciously be scanning the the next set of letters. They look great. B