scenes seen through one artist's eyes
That was great, Lynne! An amateur version of certain "out there" tv commercials.I know that some schools are promoting out of the box thinking by giving the students "carte blanche."My favorite part was the really pretty music the guitar was making when it struck a water glass... Thank you! Love, Margaret
Margaret,Wasn't it fun?! Those guys are professional musician/video makers, apparently. They have other amusing, elaborate videos but this one tickled my fancy, with its artschool overtones. Or undertones. My favourite part was when the TV got hung up then smashed. The water glass part was pretty sweet, though. I'm glad you had fun with it.
What fun, thank you! My nephew (10yrs old) will absolutely love this, he's been building such circuits all around the house - though I shudder to think what this video may inspire him to do... :)
manuela,Uh-oh! A quick trip to Canadian Tire for a tarp might be a sudden priority!
Quite wonderful! An anthem for life.
DCW,Pretty much applicable to any situation and life in general, yes. "This too shall pass"; a good mantra to adopt, I think. Although, it sort of contradicts the whole "be here now" philosophy.
This too shall pass. + Be here now. = The hereafter? Great video!
Now that is exactly what to do when there is nothing to do !Too many fabulous details to mention, but the tv imploding is great, the finger tapping on the typewriter, the trash cans, golf clubs, the bouquets of flowers that pop up, shucks, I loved it all, from start to finish. For any kid at heart, this is pure gold. I guess I never quite finished "growing up"... which is why I just your kid bro'...:-)
What fun! And very clever stuff too.
Driftwood,Brilliant! The hereafter: sweet!
BrOwen,If by "never quite finished growing up" you mean you can still be a brat, I'd have to agree! :-)Big Sis
Mme. DeFarge,Perhaps you could introduce a similar activity into your office routine to liven things up a little.
oh how i wish that there was such a time ... thank you for this escape for the mind. please have you all a good new week.
Yep, a dratted brat, but never a frat rat, more akin to a cat in a hat... and mad as a bat in a belfry.I was thinking about this fabulous video again today, when it occurred to me that in all likelihood, this is an excellent illustration of the intimate inner workings of your mind, oh big sister of mine. An idea appears from out of the ether, carried there by your muse, a red pickup truck here, and then the dominos start falling, setting in motion the most amazing series of startling and colorful events of the wildest improbability, until after a long concatenation of such miraculous happenings, suddenly bright jets of colored paints get squirted at a canvas, and voilà, a painting signed by Lynne appears from out the void.Yes, this must be exactly how it works inside that skull of yours !Thanks ever so much for enlightening us...
Robert,Happy to provide a bit of fun and escapism for you!
Little BrO,An intriguing idea, that the video encapsulates the inner workings of my mind when in creative mode, and perhaps not too far off the mark, really. Certainly lots of crazy detours and unexpected outcomes and incongruous connections...when everything is firing at full capacity. These days, however, the machinery seems to have almost ground to a halt, or rusted at the mains, or just resorted to sorting beans.
Atom Egoyan! Love it! You're good!
Driftwood,For a minute there I thought "Atom Egoyan" was a new exclamatory phrase that you've taken to using; sort of like, "Leapin' lizards!" or "Holy cow!"
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