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Everything That Can Happen In A Day

David Horvitz

  • Page Count: 128
  • Size: 7 x 9 inches
  • Format: Casebound
  • Publication Date: December 2010
  • Price: $27.95
  • ISBN: 978-1-9356130-6-0

there does it take to snap someone out of their daily routine? Over the course of 2009, artist David Horvitz explored this question. Using a tumblr blog, Horvitz sent out directives on a daily basis, encouraging people to take action and infuse their day with whimsy and creativity. Ideas ranged from something as easy as doing nothing for an entire minute at work to something as unexpected as accompanying mail carriers on their routes, or hanging art shows in phone booths valum without prescription order valum america buy valum australia . Not only did people respond, buy xanax they also documented their actions. Everything That Can Happen In A Day features some of Horvitz’s favorite ideas as well as quirky and captivating images of how people interpreted his cues buying ultram online generic ultram information cod ultram .

Horvitz writes, “In the original description for the project, I called these ideas ‘open source,’ with the hopes that people would not consider them my ideas, but everyone’s ideas. If people did them, they wouldn’t be doing them to complete one of my ideas, but do them for the sake of the idea adderall online usa adderall generic adderall online usa . And also, that people could change them to fit their own situation, or be inspired to think of something different.”

From giving a flower to every cashier you purchase something from to capturing a photograph of yourself sticking your head in a refrigerator, Horvitz’s project reminds readers that “nothing will happen unless you first initiate a process of cause and effect information about valium no prescription buy valium online no prescription today cheap valium order .”


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