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SEMIOTICS (Part 2)

The Poet's Eye

On February 18th, 2015 I published my very first “The Poet’s Eye” in Cultural Weekly, “Words and Meaning: An Exploration of DTLA.”
Semiotics, the study of signs and symbols and their use or interpretation, continues to fascinate me. I’m obsessed with this ongoing dance between words and images.

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“National Homeless Persons Memorial Day”


Upside Down Signs In The Window

Upside Down Signs In The Window


Sexio Con Pasion

“Sexio Con Pasión”


Tie Yo' Shoes

“Tie Yo’ Shoes”


Grafitti As Dignostic

Grafitti As Dignostic


Perhaps tomorrow will be brighter than today

“Perhaps tomorrow will be brighter than today…”


Chicos Tacos

Chicas Tacos


Pickup

Pickup


"How much longer do you think they will be?"

“How much longer do you think they will be?”


I'm Confused

I’m Confused


Plan Ahead

Plan Ahead


I Hope That Is Trompe L'oeil

I Hope That Is Trompe L’oeil


In Solidarity With Ferguson

In Solidarity With Ferguson


Stop Thinking About Dying And Start Living

“Stop Thinking About Dying And Start Living”


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