Some of the better RECords assembled on a stamp sheet. I had trouble adding resources to this RECord; I will try again later, but the artists names are right there on the stamp so you should be able to locate them.
Sundance 2012 Commemorative UN-Limited Edition. The numbers on the red dots are the actual release numbers should you need them...
based off of the subtractive color TV logo from earlier. i redid the entire image to be more accurate and higher quality. it took me two hours to get everything in precise order, but i'm happy with the result. this has a transparent background so even though according to subtractive color laws the background should be white, feel free to put this on navy blue or paisley green.
can we slap this on some tees, please please please?
Here you can see some stuff I managed to collect over the last few years of my life. I live in Poland, in a very small town in the east called Biała Podlaska. Some of the things mentioned are new, some of them are very old, but I have an individual, unique memory with every one of them (yes, even with the receipts. That's how I roll.). So, from the upper left.
Receipts: these are from the last few days, yesterday actually. I went to a supermarket and hoarded a ton of gummy bears and oreos.
A movie ticket from when I went to see The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo about a week ago. I loved it, by the way.
Some coins. My love for them is based on the fact that I'm going to spend them on something good soon. Possibly a bus ticket, as they're worth about 1$ (how exciting!).
A notebook. I don't really have to explain, do I?
A photo of my grandmother when she was a little girl.
A colorful card from when I went to the National Theatre in Warsaw to see Tartuffe!
A 24-hour bus ticket from yesterday.
Some feathery earing or something like that.
A monstrous pin which I've found at the bottom of my bag this morning.
A piece of golden confetti I've picked up after the concert of Prince last summer.
A candy wrapper. Krówki (literally translated as "little cows") are traditional Polish fudge. Extremely sweet and incredibly delicious.
A metal box of green tea flavoured mints.
A ticket from when I went to a music festival in Gdynia last summer.
A bracelet from the same festival.
A box of matches, and I really don't know why they're called "gemini".
Aaaaaaaand my passport. :)
I liked the idea of labeling things, so I have divided them by categories:
.To drink: Beer (coasters, cap, some event bracelet and a voucher for the price of a empty bottle) and 'mate' (a special straw and label of a package of 'yerba mate').
.To travel: A sheet of my city guide that broke, a map of the subway, a train ticket and two electronic tickets cards.
.To write: A pen, a mechanical pencil and a box of pencil mine.
.To eat: Three candys, a plastic knife and two refrigerator magnets of food deliverys.
.To enjoy: Tango, rock and foreign music.
i can't say enough about the beautiful photography that is posted on this site! its so beautiful and inspiring :) I first saw swaylooza's REmix which is incredible!! and ran with the idea! Thanks again to all the REsources!