This psychedelic and strangely calming photograph reminds us of the colortones in a Hitchcock movie. It’s by David Hogarty, our winning contender for the Gormley contest for this week. We’re sending him some strong, delicious coffee.
Thoughts from this week’s entrants (all creative spelling is theirs):

I just stayed with you for 1 week, and when I  noticed the first statue, I seriously thought this guy was going to  jump. stpped the taxi. and kinnda started shouting, until someone told  me about the Event Horizon.


On Sunday my family, friends, and I stumbled across the Madison Square  park first looking at the statue of William Seward as he was born in a  town not far from us in Florida, NY. As it started raining we searched  for cover under the trees in the park. When the rain finally let up we  noticed a man standing on a building, and another and another ! We later  found out it was Antony Gormley’s exhibit. We then walked to the Empire  State building in search of as many sculptures as we could find. It was  great fun roaming the streets of NYC admiring the art and architecture  of the city.    My Dad snapped this photo on his phone as we were  posing with the sculptures.

Many of the image files were also named “naked man.” As the exhibition draws to a close, decorum is breaking down and people seem to riff more and more on the nekkid-ness. Anyways, the new entries are really good. Go vote by clicking on the Gormley button in the sidebar. And send us your entries to win something you can share with your friends or hoard all for yourself.

This psychedelic and strangely calming photograph reminds us of the colortones in a Hitchcock movie. It’s by David Hogarty, our winning contender for the Gormley contest for this week. We’re sending him some strong, delicious coffee.

Thoughts from this week’s entrants (all creative spelling is theirs):

I just stayed with you for 1 week, and when I noticed the first statue, I seriously thought this guy was going to jump. stpped the taxi. and kinnda started shouting, until someone told me about the Event Horizon.

On Sunday my family, friends, and I stumbled across the Madison Square park first looking at the statue of William Seward as he was born in a town not far from us in Florida, NY. As it started raining we searched for cover under the trees in the park. When the rain finally let up we noticed a man standing on a building, and another and another ! We later found out it was Antony Gormley’s exhibit. We then walked to the Empire State building in search of as many sculptures as we could find. It was great fun roaming the streets of NYC admiring the art and architecture of the city.  
My Dad snapped this photo on his phone as we were posing with the sculptures.

Many of the image files were also named “naked man.” As the exhibition draws to a close, decorum is breaking down and people seem to riff more and more on the nekkid-ness. Anyways, the new entries are really good. Go vote by clicking on the Gormley button in the sidebar. And send us your entries to win something you can share with your friends or hoard all for yourself.


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