I've always wondered about the possibility of a finite number of faces available...genetically. It's kind of like a big statistical mind f*ck. Like, eventually every song will be written because every combination of notes will get used up...eventually...
So, I notice people who look alike and I wonder if we aren't moving in that direction too. In college we all had a "twin" or "doppelganger" that freaked us out on campus and gave us our first glimpse that we may not be alone. Above you see the freaky resemblance between Tiffany Thiessen and Jamie Bamber. Below is a real doozy...the spectrum of the same face...
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 5:27 PM
So, in Paris this summer I saw this image in a store window. The Lanvin ads for FW/11 must have been ripe in my mind because I NEEDED THE HAT. I went in to find that the store sold women's shoes...annoying. Upon my return I scored a similar hat from a friend...
After wearing it out (quite a bit) - I became a cartoon? YES! This little darling is a bit image made by another friend...I love it. GEEK ON!
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 10:54 AM
TIGHTEN IT UP
The walls of my studio have been ravaged and coated with all types of images these past few months. I have distill these quick collages into lucid thoughts, and I now have two clear series of images. Check out the finished works on www.jamesschenck.com...here is a sampling...
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 9:21 AM
Here is a project I worked on over the summer with the help of Katy Tompkins, Alex Womack, and Alex Walp. A space originally used as a wig and hair shop in the heart of Over The Rhine gets a facelift as part of the continuing revitalization of OTR and becomes the best bar in town. Speak-easy gin and vintage records lubricate your evening in the best possible way...and the windows ain't bad either.
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 8:57 AM
I think I may just still have residual jealousy of my dear friend Sarah and her shoes, but I can't seem to get the glitter out of my head. Now, who doesn't like a little sparkle?
A little digestion of a Paris field trip has left its mark in my studio...
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 9:03 AM
I had the amazing opportunity to work/show with the brilliant Anne Ferrer. The idea was to get inspired by a static work of art (I chose this amazing waterfall landscape) and bring it to life with a fashion/performance piece. Loved every min. of it!
Posted by JAMES 3.0 at 9:08 AM