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Rock balancing in Drumheller Alberta, Canada
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I created a large ice box (7ftx7ftx10ft tall) and built a pyramid of wood inside it. Then I carved flames into the ice and engraved a poem by Robert frost onto the side. Then, with a crowd of 2000 people, I lit it on fire. This photo is taken about 5 minutes after we lit the fire. This took Place on January 22, the eve of the Year of the Dragon, at Ice on Whyte in Edmonton Alberta, Canada
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My first art project for school so far.
Oh boy... it's going to be a long year....

We were supposed to make some 'public art' to put up in the school that sends a message, so after getting some inspiration from one of my English teacher's lectures I decided to do this.
It says:

If we're here learning how to be free and independent then why do so many of us feel lost and trapped.

Those are casts of my hands, one reaching out of the locker and another holding onto on of the bars (they're a little too dark to see clearly in the photos)

Enjoy!
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the whole installation

and YES, you can call it steampunk (:
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Rock balancing in Garry Oak park in Victoria BC
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Custom 36" sharky for the Toy Tokyo "Getting BIG!!!" group show. May 20th 2011 7pm-11pm

Customs by:
Frank Kozik
Me (Jason Freeny)
Kano
Keithing
Luke Chueh
Ron English
Tristan Eaton

and more...
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You can buy the first booklet here [link]

I'm working on the second Animal Lives book, and here's one of the pictures.

Let's try a little something this time.
Can you guess what animal this is supposed to be?

Hint: It's not humans.
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Two-part Watercolor and India Ink (each 18x24 inch)

Not my greatest work but, oh well.
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