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Posted By: Loyal Toy Pawn/Edward Wart on March 3rd, 2007 at 01:46PM PST
Dude.I was thinking about how do vegans eat pizza,because pizza has cheese.Than i thought,hmmm.....vegan cheese?Than i saw some at the grocery store.They had shredded and samich slices.I got some sandwhich slices and vegan burger patties,and the cheese melts like real cheese.I wanna make a pizza now with that soy cheese,with alot of tomato sauce and olives.
Does pizza dough have eggs?
Posted By: Jgonzalez on March 3rd, 2007 at 06:33PM PST
good thought J, Im a vegan too
Posted By: Loyal Toy Pawn/Edward Wart on March 3rd, 2007 at 06:40PM PST
i want to thank you for your intrest in helping me with this. The assignment isn't due for a few more weeks, so if there is any chance for you to contact me, i would love the chance to be able to talk with you and discuss your work!
if you don't have the time than i am still very appreciative of whatever help you can give me.
of course, if you can, you can reach me by phone at 918-839-7415.
Feel free to answer as few of the questions as you like...
Your photos are often accompanied by text. When you’re shooting, do you make a conscious effort to take photos with the intent to adding words to it, or is it an after thought?
While the subject of teenage smokers is obvious, what was the intended message behind the book?
Some of your work is overtly sarcasitic or ironic; can you trace that influence back on anyone or is it just a by-product of your personality?
Where do you personally draw the line of what is too controversial to shoot?
Do you think that moving to an area with a larger art community would benefit your art work? Or has living more separated from those influences helped you to better create your own brand of art?
The work that you’ve done with Beautiful Losers is being highly regarded as a new trend in art. What do you think the biggest appeal of the exhibits is?
A lot of your work focuses on suburban settings and suburban lifestyle; do you think that the advantages of suburban childhoods almost make life seem too simple and easy as opposed to kids who grow up in areas where money is short?
When you shoot photos do you approach it objectively, or do you ever try to direct the photo to create a better shot?
Your photos obviously will project who you are and your beliefs, but do you try to stay away from promoting those values, and why or why not?
Have you ever been asked to remove a print from a show that you felt was either too important or the message behind was too important to be taken down, and what was the ultimate outcome of the situation? If you haven’t been asked, how would you react in such a situation?
Do you ever feel intimidated about observer’s reactions to your work?
In your work, do you feel that there is a consistent theme throughout?
Where do you think the biggest influences on your style have come from?
How has painting and drawing effected the way you approach your photography?
What demographic do you find connects the most with your work and why?
What motivates when shooting a photo?
Do you think that people are stressing the importance of art enough, or do you think that schools should do more to promote art and creativity?
What are your views on art as a tool for selling products?
A lot of what is popular right now is regurgitated ideas; where do you think the newest ideas in art are coming from in terms of art scenes and also artist themes and ideas?
What, if anything, do you hope to achieve with your artwork?
Posted By: icantadd on March 3rd, 2007 at 07:23PM PST
When i move out,Im gonna go Vegetarian.but eat mostly vegan stuff if a have money to buy vegan stuff.Cause that stuff's expensive.
Posted By: Jgonzalez on March 3rd, 2007 at 07:41PM PST