Party Balloons!

Now those are some party balloons!


Really, they are part of an exhibit from the Hirshhorn Museum.


But boy do they make a statement.


Big, pink, and with polka dots.


They are the king of the party. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Israel 2020: Day 5

Went to the Holon Design Museum (south of Tel Aviv) today. 


They had exhibit called States of Extreme.


I found some really cool exhibits and ideas there.


Sort of felt my mind being expanded by it, which is I suppose one of the purposes of going to this. 


Two of my favorite from today:


1) The chair with people legs and 


2) The Fanuc robotic arm feeding the baby in the crib.

Hope you enjoy these as much as I did. 


And Shabbat Shalom to everyone from the Holy Land!


(Credit Photos: Andy Blumenthal)

Limp Noodles {SAD}

No, they’re not noodles.


They are pencils in the museum. 


And they are certainly limp, if not completely dead. 


Who in the world would use a clown pencil like this?


This is some serious dysfunction. 


If I could, I would certainly prescribe some much needed Viagra for these. LOL


They are that sad! 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Ocean Waves Electric

Thought this was pretty cool at the Boca Museum of Art.

Electronic Ocean Waves. 

Mesmerizing and calming.

And all in bits and bytes. 

They also had a display of black and white photos of the ocean waves. 

But it was a little too sterile for me. 

I like nature and nurture in perfect harmony.  😉

(Credit Video: Andy Blumenthal)

Graffiti Art

I really love Graffiti Art!


Went to Wynwood Walls in Miami. 


The art is just fantastic. 


Better than the typical museum.


So creative. 


So big.


So colorful. 


So full of life. 


They took a whole rundown neighborhood and made it cool and great. 


On December 5, they will be opening  the Museum of Graffiti.


Can’t wait to go back and immerse myself in it! 😉


(Credit Photo: Dannielle Blumenthal)

Rainbow Card Display

Thought this was a cool, even if rudimentary, museum display. 


Instead of postcards in the display holder, they put colored glass. 


Then just let the sun shine in and look at the awesome wall display. 


Might be fun to swap around to get different patterns and blends. 


As a kid, I always used to turn the display to see what just around the bend, in this case you get the disco effect. 


Color and light play nice together.  😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)