robbie cooper - immersion

and how does your face look when u play?


her milk teeth

the story goes like this:

"When I was young, I placed my baby teeth under my pillow and when i woke up I'd find a shiny new quarter. But whatever happened to those little teeth? Where did they go? Would I ever see them again?

Many years later, a little tooth was standing at my door. It looked familiar. Its name was ickle. Welcome home, my milk toof!"

check out this blog with milk teeth stories.

faces in places

i've always looked at cars, etc. as if these ware humanoids with faces. i guess everybody does that. it feels a bit egocentric (in a mankind sense) to see the world that way.
but anyway, for all of us who did/does that here it is - a collection of faces in places (there's flickr group with more than 12.000 photos to explore and the group's blog with a special selection of photos).