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When Matthew Chase-Daniel and Jerry Wellman found an old roadside sign in Santa Fe, they decided to give it a new purpose -- in the form of three lines, and 23 characters.
"Earlier in its life this sign advertised the coldest beer in town and then the hottest chile in the Española valley," they write. "But not everything that is cool is in the fridge and not all things hot are edible"
And so they turned to poetry. Each week for four months during summer 2011, the artists will present two new haikus on random roadside location in Santa Fe.
Chase-Daniel and Wellman founded Axle Contemporary, a mobile art gallery in a 1970s aluminum stepvan in Santa Fe, where they continue to travel with installations, performance, and workshops.
For more information, check out the Axle Contemporary website and help fund their haiku project on Kickstarter: