I took a break from my coding nightmare (I’m updating videos and xml for a past client and I wish that it had been in AS3). I think after I’m done with it I will be so proud that I saved the world (well, the internet world). Anyway, I got to take a break and went to see the Tim Burton exhibit.
Sorry for the shaky image, I took it before the guy shouted at me. *smh*
Jose got tickets for the exhibit and it was very inspirational getting into the head of Tim Burton from when he was a young boy until now. He has had a remarkable career.
Anyway, I’m getting his book on Amazon because I realized that MoMa was selling it for $20 and it’s $13.57 there.
Today, I caught the last minutes of Shepard Fairey at the Brooklyn Museum. However, I didn’t get anything signed since I’m sure most of the books were sold out by the time we got there. He’s also a very inspirational artist. I love his style and it makes me appreciate street artists even more.
The following were random pieces of graffiti that I saw out and about today: