Friday, June 10, 2005

The Varying Shapes of Meaning: "(k/p/[f/r])/ee(z/p)ing" (qbdp # 62)

Penn Station, Waiting Area for Passengers, New York, New York

While waiting for my turn to speak at a day-long workshop today, I doodled this single fidgetglyph, which examines the ambiguity of letterforms and written meaning. (Honest, it does.) Later, while waiting for my late-night train in Penn Station, I created seven of these cards and ran across the street to the all-night post office to mail them just before my train arrived.

Geof Huth, "(k/p/[f/r])/ee(z/p)ing" (10 Jun 2005
The recipients of this card were as follows:

1. Ruth and Marvin Sackner

2. Bob Grumman

3. Roy Arenella

4. Ruud Janssen

5. Erin Huth

6. Paper Kite Press

7. qbdp

un violon d'ingres

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