By now most of you are probably tired of hearing about my broken arm, and I admit that I’m getting a little weary of it myself. But bear with me, this does relate to knitting.
As you may remember, I sent images of the x-rays to my sister’s boyfriend Keith Auerbach, who is an amazing photographer in his spare time, and asked him to make something beautiful out of the images.
Keith made a number of images through photo manipulation that he calls “woozling.” When I saw him a few weeks ago (while visiting my sister to help her de-clutter), he printed out large frame-able images of my favorites. They now reside on the wall that I walk past scores of times a day as I go in and out of my home office.
In return, I gave Keith the Cambridge Jacket that I first knitted for the Summer 2006 issue of Interweave Knits and that was included in The Best of Interweave Knits. The jacket happens to fit him perfectly.
So, the question is, who got the better deal?
8 thoughts on “Bone Art”
Looks like a pretty even exchange, but those photos are absolutely amazing!!
Well, I don’t know ….. That jacket is purty doggone nice!
Even Stevens for sure. Is the straight bone what you look like now? If so, it never ceases to amaze me what our bodies are capable of (with a bit of help of course)! The sweater looks like it was made for him and his photos are so fabulous, thanks for sharing them.
Ann, I would say it is a photo finish. (Smile)
Looks like a win-win for both parties.
Oh my. Love ’em both. Who knew bones could be so beautiful!!!
What a compliment to you both. You both win!
Well if this isn’t a great example of turning lemons into lemonade!