The train attendant (aka my husband). Isn't he dreamy?
I'm still riding the high of yesterday's event (even though I'm riding it while feeling like crap). Everything went 100 times better than Chris and I could have ever imagined. It was fun, magical, interactive and absurd. The public really reacted positively to the project. Most never knew about the train so they were very excited to learn why so many buildings were built at such funky angles (the line used to run through the parking lot we were stationed in). And then when they found out they got a ticket...and we would punch it for them, well everyone got excited like kids again. It was fantastic!
Here are some more pics from the day, but if you want to see them all you can check them out here. I have yet to edit them in Photoshop, but I'm too tired right now and too eager to show them to you so you'll just have to deal ;)
Here's a little shout out to Southern Exposure and all of the other artists that were part of Passive/Aggressive. They all made for an amazing experience.
And a huge thanks to my readers for all of the kind words over the last few weeks. This entire process has just been awesome and having this online support has made it even better!