Thursday, June 05, 2008


One day I found a little art gallery by my office. One of the pieces in it was a giant heart made out of a rusty pipe covered in burning candles of various colors.

A few days later I saw some guys loading the installations into a truck and asked what was going to happen to all that wax. It was my job to save it from the trash.

I think the Saatchi Health + Wellness neon green makes a nice backdrop for these unusual scraps.

Kinda reminds me of when my brother and I melted crayons on the kitchen stove. Our technique wasn't quite so good though.


TritonD said...

Really good pics!! My son does the same type of photography.

Bradley L. Hill said...

Fascinating! I can stare at it for hours!

Rachel said...

Seth Hill! So I found you through Eddie and Andrea. 1) I thought of you the other day. I was reading an article on social networking sites, and remembered how you were one of the BYU early-adopters, telling everyone that Friendster would change their lives. 2) I love the wax. 3) I'm in love with Michael Stipe and absolutely jealous. 4) I'm also so glad you have the Young@Heart trailer here. Super film, right?