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light adaptation (no. 4 ~ light menu)

Inspired by Kal Khogali ~ By Bulb Light

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Guest 20-Dec-2007 05:19
It has to be a new Rosetta stone of numbers and food!
Rob Rosetti21-Jun-2006 15:53
Excellent composition! Love the texture of the old menù. V Roberto
Guest 21-Jun-2006 11:01
I definitively love this series in hommage to Kal!
Once more, a very beautiful catch!!
Guest 21-Jun-2006 04:02
oooo... oyster omelette... salted prawn.... how abt some salted vege to go with a teochew porridge. u are making me miss home lah!!!
well done! :)
Ray Rebortira21-Jun-2006 03:05
Kal Khogali21-Jun-2006 01:41
I like that you have chosen to mix colour with black and white in this series. In an ironic way, this is also monochromatic (not like your fruit seller which explodes with colour). This is a "light" menu, but a "heavy" image...the food is guaranteed to taste better than the sign looks....that's China ;-))K
Kathy Pedersen21-Jun-2006 01:18
Fantasic, as said, so simple yet so effective! Voted
Guest 21-Jun-2006 00:55
Lovely!What's for diner then?? :)
Doug Kessler20-Jun-2006 23:51
Simple and powerful! Vote
Craig Persel20-Jun-2006 23:26
Superb. Vote.
Guest 20-Jun-2006 22:21
I wish I could read Chinese! Aaarggh. Thanks for the translation. Sounds good!
I love the red characters and the stains on that board. Such textures...and of course the lighting from that 1 bulb. V
Guest 20-Jun-2006 20:26
I don't know if this will make sense to you or not but it feels raw (in a good way)...I especially like the notch in the bottom of the menu that seems to be corresponding to the light-bulb in some way...
AL20-Jun-2006 16:42
Thanks guys! It's a handwritten food menu of street stall, selling oyster omelette, salted prawns and other "sinful" stuff :-)
Guenter Eh20-Jun-2006 16:33
Agree with Ade! You`d managed the balance perfectly with the left black (neagative) space as a counter part to the bright light of the bulb. Don`t know the meaning of the chinese letters - it looks fantastic though! Great new addition to wonderful series. Still growing strong......Congrats Ai Li!
Guest 20-Jun-2006 16:24
Wonderful use of the light and the light bulb. a fantastic composition. V
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