Sunday, February 25, 2018

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The Many Ways to Visualize "Tic-Toc"


Hans Hilfiker's Swiss Railway Clock

Railway engineer Hans Hilfiker's 1940s classic designed for the Swiss Railway Stations it has become the train station standard with over 3000 clocks in Europe keeping precision time for the trains to follow. The straightforward black and white face with a red second hand is easy to read from a distance.
The rest of these designer clocks have their own stories, like the mid-century lolly pop design for Herman Miller designed by George Nelson or Kikkerland's Sprocket Clock designed by Milton Glaser.
Stroll through our designer's showcase of wall clocks.

George Nelson's Lolly Pop Clock



Milton Glaser's Sprocket Clock


Ahlberg Round Clock

Alessi Blow Up Wall Clock




Walter Wayle Ii Wall Clock, Aleesi 05 G



London Art District Clock


 AVT 311 project 2

Chevron Clock, Yellow



Colorblindness Clock


Herman Miller's Eye Clock


Duplicated Clock



Time Teacher


History of Art Wall Clock


Vitra Sunburst Clock by George Nelson


Kikkerland Blue: Milton Glaser


Minimalist Clock by Air Frame



Groomed and Trimmed


Numbers in Blue


Enamel/Metal Outdoor Clock


Summer Tube, Orange


LED Gobo Light / Wall Projection Clock


Revolving Dial



Target, Blue



Tall Case Clock Face



The Dingbat Clock



Timesphere Clock (Magnetic Dot)


Whiteout Grey Circle



Word Clock  


 De Stijl Clock



Retirement Clock

The Tic-Toc of a Grandfather Clock (video - just for relaxing)

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Friday, January 19, 2018

National Western Stock Show 2018 - photo essay

The rodeo queen proudly rides with the American colors!


ART
Rodeo
Photography
by Jack A. Atkinson

THE 
NATIONAL WESTERN
STOCK SHOW 
& RODEO 2018

Photography of America's most American sport - the rodeo - cowboys compete with cowboys on skills needed and used on the cattle and sheep ranches of the vast western range. Some events, like bull riding, were developed to test cowboy toughness and bravery!


Natl. Western Rodeo Announcer - the perfect deep baritone voice.

A prayer before the rodeo begins.

Cowboy sings Natl. Anthem

Featured female precision riding group, "the Westernaires".

The "new" boys riding group organized by Westernaires... performing a windmill.

Coors!!!

Bareback bronc competition.

Bareback bronc rider.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Bronc riding.

Cowboy is a real job description on western ranches!

Coors.

Saddle Bronc riding.

Saddle Bronc riding.

Saddle Bronc riding.

Saddle Bronc riding, a cowboy skill once needed to break-in wild horses for riding.

Saddle Bronc riding.

Saddle Bronc riding.

Animal Wranglers.

Coors.

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Barrel racing!

Coors.

Shane, Hanchey, Calf Roping champion / record time for the arena!

Shane, Hanchey, Calf Roping champion / record time for the arena!

Team roping!

Calf roaping partner.

Coors.

Bull Riding!

BULL RIDING: It's bulls an blood, it's guts and mud!

Bull Riding!

Bull Riding!

Bull Riding!

Coors.

Back when horsepower was about horses.

Clydesdales.

Clydesdales, semi-trucks of the 19th century.

Stagecoach & team.at full speed!

Coors.

COORS BEER "RULES" THE NATL. WESTERN!

Young cowboy who travels with the Rodeo.

Mutton Bustin'.

Young Girl Mutton Buster!

Celebrating a great mutton bustin' ride!

MUTTON BUSTERS HONORED

Denver, Coors Beer & The National Western -
all started about the same time, 100+ years ago -
here in Colorado, the Centennial State (1876)

crowd before the rodeo

food court


BBQ meat.


Turkey legs and ribs cooking over Mesquit Wood.


Colorful beads for the ladies.

Cowboys toys.

Young cowboy & cowgirl toys.

Cowboy toys.

Face painting!

Cowboy cover!

Fried dough with Maple flavored sugar and bacon.

Selling cookware, another longtime tradition of the show!

Corndogs!

Hand Carved Rubber Band shooters.

Exotic skull & lasso ropes.

 Best of breed!


Winner, best of breed! With the girl (and her family)
who raised the animal from birth to this day
when the winner will be sold at auction!

The Day of Stock Show is finally over.

 (Source: All Photos were taken by ARTS & FOOD staff, with permission.)

Until later, 
Jack
ARTS&FOOD is an online magazine dedicated to providing artists and collectors around the world with highlights of current art exhibitions, and to encourage all readers to invest in and participate in “The Joy of Art” and Culture. All Rights Reserved. All concepts, original art, text & photography, which are not otherwise credited, are copyright 2018 © Jack A. Atkinson, under all international, intellectual property and copyright laws. All gallery events', museum exhibitions', art fairs' or art festivals' photographs were taken with permission or provided by the event or gallery. All physical artworks are the intellectual property of the individual artists and © (copyright) individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees. 
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