Pointing in or pointing out?


Pointing in or pointing out?

11 thoughts on “Pointing in or pointing out?”

  1. You have a wonderful eye for abstraction. Are you by chance a Mac user? In OS X Tiger, one of the built-in screensavers is a great bunch of photos of curled and folded paper lit from behind and from the side. So soft and pleasing. This reminded me of those.

    Pointing out, for sure.

    – Aaron, Single-Serving Photo

  2. Is it IN?? no no no – wait… Out?? No – its gotta be InOut?? Both? Wavey? Ooooh – i know – its flat? Maybe spherical??….. Dunno.

  3. Based on the angle just prior to the corner, indicating a slight deformation, I would go with pointing out. If it was pointing in, that means there would have been a uniform expansion as opposed to compression, and my money says that the compression option is more likely.

    – Brian

  4. “Based on the angle just prior to the corner, indicating a slight deformation, I would go with pointing out. “

    Yep that’s what i say too! SO ARE YA EVER GONNA TELL US!?!?!?
    in or out.. come on TIM!
    A~ 🙂

  5. lol… ok, ok… I’ll tell.

    It’s actually the corner of our living room, so it’s pointing away from you into the screen.

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