Sixth Series: New Yorkers, edition 100. This series is based on my semi-clandestine photographs of people in the street. All photographs are shot from the hip, unframed, unfocused, then cropped. Placed July 16–25, 2010 in New York. Each collage consists of a 2 x 3 ½ inch poly bag, my photograph of a New Yorker, blue beads, silver glitter, and a tiny map of Manhattan. The collage is attached with regular masking tape. On verso is a mirrored panel (so you can check your hair), walk stickers and a signifier word sticker with the edition number and web-site address. Signifier words for this series include: aloof, anxious, arrogant, artistic, arty, blasé, bookish, brash, chic, cocky, cold, conceited, condescending, cool, creative, crowd, cultured, distant, edgy, egotistical, élan, elegant, erudite, fashionable, fixated, flair, gruff, haughty, impatient, in fashion, indifferent, intellectual, Jewish, liberal, loud, mannered, modish, narcissistic, neurotic, obsessed, obsessed, opinionated, overconfident, panache, phobic, pompous, private, proud, public, pushy, rude, self-confident, self-important, self-satisfied, smarter, smug, snooty, stuck-up, style, stylish, supercilious, superior, surly, tense, unfriendly, uptight, well read, and well-dressed. Did you see one? Tell me.