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Time Wasting.

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Alyson Provax's "Time Wasting Experiment" chronicles - in letterpress - time the printmaker has spent procrastinating. "This series is a sort of audit of how I spend my time," she writes, "but the prints could also be thought of as permission slips allowing you to spend a period of time in a wasteful way." 


How refreshing. See more at Alyson's website, here, and Etsy shop, here.

15 comments:

  1. HAH. Oh man, I could fill a book with time-wasting activities like these. I think she's onto something. :)

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  2. This sounds all too familiar! Thanks for sharing;)

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  3. Yesss! I love this. It reminds me of that episode of The Office where Pam has to make a time sheet of what Michael does all day. One hour on the time sheet just says "Bill Cosby Impression." Haha!ui

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  4. Yes, I can relate. I should start timing myself when I relive embarrassing moments.

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  5. I love the dreading the inevitable one! I do that one too much :)

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  6. might have done 5 of these already this morning..

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  7. ha. yes! this is great! I spend about 5 hours aimlessly browsing the net... oh dear.

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  8. Ha! I love these. I spend a little too much time reading blogs that I love but that's time well spent in my opinion :0)
    Bea x
    http://www.thegoogleyear.blogspot.com.au/

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  9. this is awesome!! mine would be like "1.5 hours cursing wedding planning", "20 minutes playing with mini schnauzer", "2 minutes devouring 5 nectarines"...

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  10. Oh, I LOVE this Shoko! I wonder how many minutes of my life I've compared nearly identical options or dreaded the inevitable. Actually, come to think of it, I'd rather NOT know :)

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  11. Chelsea, yes! Forgot about that!

    Lydia, me, too...

    Bea, I agree! :)

    FTLA, any time spent playing with a miniature schnauzer is not time wasted!

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  12. I love this. My days have been filled with many many minutes staring at empty boxes wishing they would fill themselves. Then a few more minutes staring at empty suitcases convinced all our things won't fit. Then five minutes dreading the whole packing process... And only then does any actual packing begin.

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  13. This is great. I certainly spent my 4 minutes remembering embarrassing moments this week! :)

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  14. This is a very good way of wasting time!;.)

    aliceinbo2.blogspot.com

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