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Metamorphosis in the great lobby

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After a month at the great lobby of MMS in a shape of ‘Three Towers’ MeconoMorph underwent three transformations within several hours.

First one:
An ugly scarecrow existed for about an hour replacing the Three Towers shape. I am keeping this picture as a reminder, nothing works by itself… Surprisingly this became one of the most liked pics on Instagram. Go figure

First improvement attempt made the structure even more scarecrow-ish… It even had a face 

Finally The Z #MeconoMorph incarnation came out right…

From Three Towers, through Scarecrow, to the Z
I kind of miss the sloppy scarecrow – promise to recreate it!

New Mini-Mecons from Natick Art Walk

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Picked up awesome cards at Natick Art Walk – 2 mini-mecons came to life:

Awesome Art by Stacey Messier is reflected well in her cards making an outstanding Mini-Mecon.

Mike Johnson creates magic with his kaleidoscopic art.
I followed this tradition making a Mini-Mecon from his Photo Imagined business cards.

Destination Red Hook, on the Bay Ridge ferry By Lore Croghan – an Article from Brooklyn Daily Eagle

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meconomorphAtBWAC_BrooklynAngleDestination Red Hook

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition art shows: BWAC, as it’s called, has a 25,000-square-foot gallery in a Civil War-era warehouse at 481 Van Brunt St. The space is donated by the O’Connell Organization, which is the building’s landlord.