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June 5, 2002
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Along the lines of the guy photographing every door handle he comes across, Aimee Sealfon is chronicling 365 people(One a Day), each different, she encounters through the year, with a short note about each.
posted by Su (6 comments total)

 
Somewhat related, there's a site a guy put up in which he was displaying a picture of himself for every year of his life. Sound familiar to anyone?
posted by Su at 9:50 AM on June 5, 2002


Is it just me, or is the bitmap text for each of the notes really, really badly rendered? It's hard to read, which is a shame. I have a fondness for trivial minutiae like this, but I can't sit here squinting six inches from the screen trying to decipher it.
posted by majick at 10:02 AM on June 5, 2002


I'm not sure if you were talking about this guy Su, but he takes a photo of himself every day.
posted by pedantic at 10:02 AM on June 5, 2002


Yeah, one element of a certain story and concomitant movie scribed by Paul Auster at the tail end of the early 90s. :)
posted by ed at 10:02 AM on June 5, 2002


ah, i love projects like this, even if they don't really do anything per se. anyone know what typeface that is in the intro animation? i like the whole georgia-esque raising of certain numbers...

my professor did an exhibit that was somewhat like this, during his years at OSU. he recorded, took a picture of, and documented the moments leading to ever cigarette he had for a year. fun stuff.
posted by lotsofno at 10:05 AM on June 5, 2002


majick, no it's not just you. the text is almost illegible.
posted by dobbs at 10:25 AM on June 5, 2002


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