Saturday, December 4, 2010

Inside out.

I need a house like this. Slide open the massive door and live a little inside out.


You can see more photos on THIS blog.


I just got this back from the framer and now I feel like I need a new house to put it in. Dare to dream.

Alex Prager

Where do you put a big photo of bikini'd asses?? This is the question of the day around the house.

17 comments:

The Avarice said...

May I ask 1) Where did you find that giant lovely? and 2) How much did it set you back?

Emom said...

The answer....in my sons' room....smiles.

Anonymous said...

Wherever you want to...if you're a fellow, a girl....not so much

Anonymous said...

On the frig?

Anonymous said...

Can you say "photoshop?"

my favorite and my best said...

where do i put a photo of bikini'd asses?

away from my face.

Anonymous said...

they all have such aggressive stances for a day at the beach. bikini tribal session come to order?

Anonymous said...

In the pool house, of course. Dummy.

Not having a pool house or a pool for that matter, I'd put in a hall, but as the key piece on an obvious wall, ie not "hidden."

I am so happy that you have missed us and are back. I'll have to figure out how to sign this someway besides "anonymous." Not hiding. Just lazy. LL

Decorno said...

Avarice - I saw one of her photos at PCNW here in Seattle a few years ago. This spring, my friend told me, you should buy some before she blows up. He was right. I bought this photo in spring and shortly after MOMA announced she'd be included in a group show (it's still open. If you're going to be in NYC before Jan, you should go see it). It cost a couple thousand. Her work is now priced between $4k and $12k, depending on size of print. She tends to print in 3 sizes, the smaller printed in an edition of nine, the middle in 5 editions, and the largest (which is gigantic) in 3, plus an artist's proof for each. She's represented by M+B Gallery in LA.

New Style Order said...

Thanks for the return Decorno, when the emails from you started again in my inbox I was so happy.
Love that photo, but I'm no where near being able to afford thousands on art and I don't want mass prodused prints that remind me of IKEA. If only there was a compromise!

Dianna said...

This would go in my office...right above my surfboard. Just lovely.

Decorno said...

NSO - there are lots of good options for much less. Check out local art centers, students at local art schools, websites like 20 x 200. There is a photography center in Seattle called PCNW, and they have a bin of photos for sale... student and teacher work, some of it is really good. They also have a members' show each year and a juried show for amateurs and I've picked up really great stuff for under $500... one I really love is this one:

http://www.joelsandersphotography.com/portfolios/earlier_work/6

Why does he have that look? Why does he have that gun?? We have this hanging up at home and we're still wondering all these things about Cameron. I bought it from the photographer directly. It's not nice to go around the gallery, but what do I care. I want to buy art I can afford. So, try the same. Go see stuff and try to connect with the photographer directly through a studio sale and you can maybe get great stuff on the cheap.

Anonymous said...

Shut the f- up. This is why I love you. You spent fat money on this killer art that's full of hot bitches because you yourself are a hot bitch.

I wish you were my neighbor.

Kevin said...

I'd put it right over the couch... and I'd put shag carpeting all over the ceiling and walls

Plum Pretty Sugar Loungerie said...

Love it!

Anonymous said...

I think it'd be great in a bathroom, a sleek and arty surprise.

Anonymous said...

By the refrigerator.

Only 1/2 kidding - but seriously - the heat, skin, aggressive stances and tight bodies demand placement in the bedroom, I'd say.