Ra and I attend the "Seen on Audio" art show sponsored by 55DSL in collaboration with Sound of Art. It featured interesting pieces of art crafted from recycled objects found in the streets of New York City. The music-inspired pieces were shown with the aim of complimenting the tone of the new 55DSL Fall Winter 08 collection LOWNOISE HIGH QUALITY in their Soho store.
The launch event included free booze and samples of Wine Cellar Sorbet, which we thoroughly enjoyed. Moreover, small gallery shows are one of my favorite ways to enjoy the creativity of New York City's artists. We were particularly drawn to a piece by SOA Artist M. Tony Peralta. It is entitled "Childhood Soundtrack".
"Things I Love" Thursdays are inspired by "I Love New York" (BNY, February 14, 2007).
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