Tuesday, October 26, 2010

face#9: rhino dude

A guy got shot in the head in the block I live today, so I'm terrified. Done with homework and still scare, so I decided to post on my blog since it has been a while since the last time. This is out lock on the door of our condo. I especially like this one because it's double-sided, or should I say double-faces. It can turn from the rhino what I showed you and turn the knob and you get an elephant, but I decided not to show you that. Time for dinner. Write to you next time.


Monday, October 18, 2010

face#8: one eyed suitcase monster

...buying converse, posting blogs, finishing my book, eating burgers at pop. This is some suitcase I found at home, not sure where I found it or how, but I did. I love how the latch is his eye and the bamboo handle is his mouth. I hurt my feet by walking so I thought I'd use this face to show you because there is nothing that resembles walking. I can barley walk because I wore out and hurt my heel wearing too small shoes. It's not like lets go to the hospital type thing, but more like owww and you can't walk. So I'm dragging myself everywhere in the hotel room and personally I don't even know how long it took me to get up on this chair. Anyway enough about my life and more about the face. I really like this one for how it's not the typical smiley or frowney face. While , yes it is smiling it only does have ONE EYE!!!!I have one with one tooth I want to show too, maybe that will be on my next post.


Sunday, October 17, 2010

face#7: the octopus of the dressing room

Hello form New York City!!! My four day vacation may be going by fast, but I'm having a blast. I decided to take this picture because it was something I had stored away for a while. I was at a store, wait I remember, it was Abercrombie Kids. I was trying a lot of cute stuff on, when it struck me, the hook on the dressing room door was an octopus. I thought it was really cool. I know of another hook that looks like a dog face, but I'm having trouble finding it, but my best friend Kitty was a pic, so she could give it to me. This octopus might look like it has two arms, but the rest are behind those two. I found lots of faces in New York and I can't wait to show it to you guys. I have to go, Central Park, MoMa museum, rockfeller Center.....


Friday, October 8, 2010

face#6: smiley face bag

Sorry I have not posted lately, but I had some trouble getting blogger to work on my computer. This here that you see on your computer screen is a blog and a picture of a bag. A normal paper bag that you get when you buy clothes at a store outside. Now many of you might just see a bag, but my eyes see a face. A face of happiness, joyful and simple. When I saw this I immediately thought to put this on my blog, but with the whole procedure I do to my pictures from the camera to computer to photoshop to blog it takes sometime and I lately had a bad case of writers and photographers block. I had found some easy ways to get inspired like watching this american express commercial on youtube and following this blog which is very similar to mine. When I started this I felt like the only one who had thought to make a blog about hidden faces until my the day I got an e-mail from a friend to see a blog called faces in places. That's when I started to get discouraged on how he has 3,279 followers, a book that is sold on amazon.com, many comments, and everyday posts, I have 1 follower, no book, and 3 comments, and monthly posts. Now I would like to be successful like him (i think it's a him) on my blog, but if I get so discouraged and jealous on what others have I might never post again. Little things like smiley faces I find here and there are great for a start and with so much of a life I have ahead of me I should just be happy for this little blog my dad let me start in June (I think). This little face is happy and others might be sad, but I know that I am incredibly happy with what I have and with what I will accomplish.


american express commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m56F4EKN9hg

faces in places blog: http://facesinplaces.blogspot.com/