The Kitchen Sink Project
Some good stuff here. Much thanks to all who have participated. It seems that a good time was had by all, but think it's time to place a call for "final" triptychs. I'm not closing the Kitchen Sink - feel free to keep on posting/commenting.
Thanks again to all who posted photographs and to all who commented.
This would be a wild Saturday night at our house.
Nothing posed - nothing composed: straight documentary evidence. After looking at it a few times over the last couple nights, I decided the wider combo works better for me. The change is made
Anyway, enough of my kitchen sink. Time to branch out... Everybody else is doing great work.
Am I going off topic here? Probably not...
I was still in the mind to find more faucet sculpture in the house. But then tonight's dinner presented itself, so I thought I might as well show what else bar sinks are good for. While this is not exactly a TRIP TIC, I wouldn't mind any suggestions for how to get it into that form.
(above "reality" modified only slightly)
Got up this morning and couldn't wait to get to work as a Sinkist. No, this is not an advert for this Swiss brand of faucet - I would have gussied it up more. I like it's shape. Faucet as sculpture...
Never actually saw water run from this sink...don't even know if it would? Its main use is to shelf power tools and cut down hockey sticks with mitre saw and sander.
- Aaron (if dormant didn't give it away )