Life in a Box is a mixed media project which came about one rainy, grumpy day.
I was riding the bus into work, bemoaning the abysmal weather and generally having a rough time of things, when I noticed how beautiful the water and condensation on the bus window was.
For the next 20 minutes, I took pictures of the window with varying scenes behind it, producing a collection of beautiful abstract images.
After further inspiration and plans for the works, I created a kickstarter in the hopes of funding the printing of these images to 12 1.5″ deep 8×8″ square canvases, and further embellishing them with acrylic paints and a thick epoxy finish to complete them.
Thanks to Kickstarter, the creation of these images into an art installation was made possible.
Life in a Box was on display for the month of July 2012 at Poco Wine Room as part of the Blitz: Capitol Hill Arts Walk in Seattle on Thursday July 12th through August 7th.
1408 East Pine St (between 14th and 15th)
Seattle, WA 98122
Project inception and progress updates can be found at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/neevita/life-in-a-box
Life in a Box gets press!
Life in a box has been featured on the Nonsense Society, as part of the series of articles regarding the “project that changed your life”!
Thank you for making this a possibility.
My deepest gratitude goes to my Kickstarter backers: Pam Anderson, David Lydon, Gail Lydon, Colby Perry, Greg Rubin, Omri Alon, Michaela Eaves, Jon Nelson, Colleen Mathis, Scott Steffy, Robert Scott, Roseanne Edson, Ryan Lane, Daniele, Butangas, and The WILD SIDE Foundation.