From a pyre of past heaved, refuse hued like dusk, comes the mirth of new light.
Association Halo is a project in collaboration with Corrie Baldauf, an artist from Detroit, Michigan.
Within the titles below, you will notice either FI or FW. FI stands for From Image, meaning the words were written about the image. FW stands for From Words, meaning the image was created from the words.
Rules for phrase: Only one word in it can be two syllables or more. The phrase must be in 11pt font and take up less than one line on a document using 1" borders.
All words by Rob Parrish. All images by Corrie Baldauf.
To learn more about Corrie's work, check out her website: www.corriebaldauf.com
Dirt crawls with post-crash red as the wall stands white with shock and blue is raised like a flag.
Man can shift soil, but the earth shakes hearts with arcs of light and water.
Vats, void of seals and of jarred depths, let time dip its digits past ridged lips.
Humans dressed in formed fur and tanned hide, hemmed by forged walls, hoist fire and hope.
Path leads toward a clear, pure thing that pines to be pulled, like fresh fabric or fruit.
Collars blue and bright, beams for the brood still bound to the bang of their base.
Disks born of bone hurl out in quick clicks to jolt and haul through seams to keep soul sighs within.
Glinting green blades in bulk bend at the touch. Limbs of red love lounge like trees.
First cause: things with no end broadcast spheres (which move on rings) where forms roam.
Plant and plume converge; barn lost in swirl of gold and black. Corn cut, birds flee, but barn dwells.