this week me and sheryl-ann have been painting the inside of the store, an enourmous task once you consider how hard it usually is to even find the walls. anyway, now it should be more cave-like in the back, and more disorienting in the front. two out of the three noncontiguous areas we painted came out really great. the other one will have two or three layers of posters, drawings, and clothing on top of it, so really, a few drips and an uneven coat are no big deal. the next step is shelves everywhere everywhere of varying depthnesses, and then redoing the penrose tiling on the floor. which is to say, doing it the right way.
penrose tiling is a nonperiodic tiling generated by an aperiodic set of prototiles. here’s it wrong:
when completed this will be really great, or am i the only person obsessed with the idea of nonperiodic floor tiling with no translational symmetry?