wondering...about the wonders of this wonderfull...world

wondering...about the wonders of this wonderfull...world
foto x arnaldo @MMXIproject
A couple of summers ago, coming home from class, I took the subway with a friend and I told her I was trying to start a blog... then I also told her how time consuming and addicting it had become, and that I was wondering if it was something worth doing... she laughed and asked me to let her know when I was done and give her the"link" so she could read it. Then she left and I kept thinking...why? why should I do this ?

Technology has taken us to a new level and we are now, able to "publish ourselves"! PUBLISH OURSELVES however we want to; if you want to be yourself, transparent and out in the open, or even if you want to pretend to be someone else... YOU CAN! Now you can blog and share your thoughts and experiences with people without having them "altered" by the editors, or "chosen" because of how cool or marketable they are...

This space is for us to share; zaidibirindilindilandia-my own little world, my ingenious- and your thoughts!

welcome, and thank you!

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

shoes shoes shoes

As you may know one of my garments was selected to be a part of the BFA fashion show:
this coming Wednesday, May, 4th.

I had not thought about shoes or accessories -or anything other than knitting and dying and figuring out how and if to go to Europe after graduation- but- being that my garment will now be going down FIT's runway...
 my girl needs shoes.

With my crazyly-insane scedule I didnt have much time to go around the city trying to buy the PERFECT shoes
- so... i went back to my crafty origins and-
bought some $7.50 super high-heeled "booties" 
(they were on super-clearance)
 and decided to "CRITICALLY WEATHER" them.

I am in the process of covering them with wood-chips and "moss"... 

Must seem like an easy task, but these babies take hours!!!
trying to find the right woodchip to put next to the other is 
"like finding a needle in a pile of hay" 
(do you have that saying in english too?) 
well, you get what I mean. they are like puzzle pieces...

more on the finished product later! 

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