Spider Man D.C.

This so reminded me of…

Spider Man, Spider Man, Does Whatever A Spider Can.


Veterans Day must be a great day to get your windows washed. 


Or to spin a web of intricate proportions in D.C. politics. 


Either way aside from the windows, what of significance is actually getting resolved in our partisan capital?


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Artechouse = Art + Tech + House

This place was really cool in Washington, D.C. 



Artechouse = Art + Tech + House. 



Great immersive technology, art, music, dance, and light show. 



Highly recommend it!



This exhibit “Lucid Motion” was by Japanese artist Daito Manabe X Rhizomatiks Research.



They also had a nice augmented reality display. 



Had fun with the clan. 



Hope you enjoy!



(Credit Video: Andy 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)

Cash Is King

This was a funny shirt this lady was wearing on the Metro. 


It mimics the Sweet ‘N Low artificial sweetener logo and says:

Fund R’ Low
Need a Sugar Daddy


This was one of those shirts that gets your attention. 


It’s different.  It plays off a familiar brand.  It bright pink, red, and blue and stands out.  And it could certainly have a sexual connotation.  


Anyway, this was a pretty bold shirt to wear into conservative Washington, D.C. 


But I guess wherever you go, fashion, sexuality, and cash is king. 😉


(Credit Photo: Dannielle Blumenthal)

Pastrami Sandwich @Char Bar

Yesterday, at the museum (The Phillips Collection), we went to Char Bar Kosher Restaurant in downtown DC. 


I ordered the 5th Avenue Sandwich:


Pastrami with mushrooms and onions and deli mustard on a french roll. 


Comes with the salty fries and ketchup. 


Pretty good.  


I would grill the pastrami and caramelize the mushrooms and onions to improve on it. 


Also add a little mayo. 


But overall, it was a nice experience there.  


Wait time on Sunday was really nothing…in fact, I couldn’t believe how quick the food was o the table. 


Wouldn’t mind, at all, if they opened one of these in our neighborhood.  


I think I’d be a frequent customer there at the right sandwich price. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)