Thursday, July 23, 2009

Monkey, happy exchange and surprise

- This monkey made of newspapers spotted in a creative design firm's lobby. The building also houses The Art Institute of Atlanta, so some of the artwork in the lobby is student work.

- On an elevator with art students discussing deadlines for projects and enjoying the happy exchange of what they are each doing.

- Coming back to the office and find that our courier service has surprised us with lunch from Chick-fil-A. Check out the fudge nut brownies at CFA sometime. Oh yum.

7 comments:

Jannie Funster said...

Lynn, I had one of those brownies 2 days ago, and went for the scoop of ice cream on top.

THOSE ARE THE BEST BROWNIES IN THE WORLD!!!

They are chewy. And only like $1.50, or so. Great call.

Talon said...

I always thought there was a lot of monkey business involved in the news!

If I'm really really good maybe you could squeeze a brownie through the wires somehow?

Lynn said...

Jannie -

I know, right? I took a couple of stawberries out of the fruit they also brought and had them on the side with the brownie. Chewy and dark chocolately.

Talon -

LOL! There is monkey business in the news!

I'll bet you are good all the time anyway, but OK, I'll do it. :) No CFA in Canada? I'm sure it is coming soon.

Mama Zen said...

What an excellent surprise!

Lynn said...

Mama Zen -

It was a nice surprise!

Snaggle Tooth said...

I miss my old art school buddies- n sculpture class! I can do mache- stuff, but it doesn't last- especially in this damp weather!
The monkey looks very shellaced!

No nuts in my brownies, please...
Got brownie mix in the cupboard.

Lynn said...

Snaggle -

I think it is shellaced. Art school must be fun. I am always around artists, but don't have much artistic ability myself. I wanted to take interior design courses a few years ago when I went back to school, thinking I could work for firms that design office space, etc. But they have you take three semesters of studio art and then you apply to the program. I just didn't have that much time and money. But it would have been fun. :)