Inspired by Richard I picked some old photos of mine, and reproduced them using digital camera. But instead of just making copies of them, I experienced some "analog tricks" to "show old pictures in new light". This is something I have always liked to do: combine multiple slides together and shoot objects together with pictures either projected or as prints. In some way it is much more interesting and rewarding than using "digital sampling". And some of the pictures I worked with during last week were already kind of experiments. For example the print of Honey B is already made out of using two negatives. Then on shooting old dia slides with macro lens, I used back lights that are far from ideal all around white light. The Shaman was especially fun experiment where I used color pencil to get some color to the picture. I just colored the paper behind the negative and then inverted it on software.
EDIT: And here's what you should/could listen to while watching: http://magnatune.com/artists/albums/stargarden-art/