The Miles Takeuchi Family stalking scary Park Slope’s Fifth Ave. Max ended up being a frog. Julie is an extra from Cats—I think. And I’m your typical Park Slope Organic Cereal Killer--it’s hard to see my Friday the 13th stripes. Photo by Jane Udelson.
Below is the original costume we made for Max, a 2 Train subway car, now serving as a stuffed panda ottoman. A few hours were spent with a glue gun, cutter knives, stencils and paint. It was a great costume, just not for a 2-year old, who just didn’t want to get inside. Boo hoo hoo!
My studiomate, Matthew Northridge, an amazing sculptor, created this stunning retro motorcycle entirely out of paper products--construction paper, foamcore--and some bits of wood here and there. It’ll be appearing in a Bergdorf Goodman holiday window very soon.
And on the left side, the side away from the window display, you can see some of the hidden interior:
10.21.2010 | 11:28 PM • Filed in: NYC
Just testing out a new lens, how handholdable it is even at night. Not bad for a heavy 25-year-old 80-200 zoom.
We woke up this morning to find this baby bird clinging to our window screen. It was very special, like one of those beautiful deer in the fog moments.