Archive for March, 2010

Excellent Video Art


A Magical Cat’s MEOW.

The Cat's M E O W

This is Chili. Full name: Chili Pepper. She’s a very nice, affectionate kitty that had lived with me and now lives with a fellow worker and has children to play with.

The technique is photoDigitalArt incorporating typography for additional design elements.

There is something magical about this piece. If you print it out and rub the four letters each three times and spin your body around four times while holding the printout above your head and shake it vigorously all at the same time, listen carefully and you will hear a “meow” sound coming from behind you.

Try it.

Garbage Bags that turn into Fine Art? See for yourself.

Having been a New Yorker I can appreciate this level of creativity. If you can think of it you can do it there in the street. New Yorkers have nothing on using their environment as their canvas and the general population truly do enjoy fresh ideas that capture the imagination.

Sit back and watch this video. It’s very inspiring.

Get Some Space!

March 22, 2010 1 comment

Meanwhile back at the gravesite…

March 10, 2010 1 comment

Devotion knows no limits

This is another photo from the other story from a few days ago.

A wider angle so you can get the idea of what people see when arriving to pay their respects to loved ones.

The headstone says Laurence Matheson. I wonder if he knew his wife was going to do this before he died.

A Mouthful of Art

March 10, 2010 1 comment

Here’s a new take on where to put a tattoo.

My question is not why put it on the tongue but what piece of art to use? And, I suppose it’s true what they say about women having a higher threshold of pain than men. I can’t imagine what it must have felt like to have the artist’s needle the art on her tongue.

All I know is her boyfriend or husband must tell his friends “she’s a great kisser!”

Fine Art in the Graveyard!

His wife had a sculpture done of herself for his gravestone as a symbol of her lasting love.

I “stumbled upon” this piece of art on a blog and was blown away by it.

This man’s wife had a sculpture created of herself for her husband’s grave as a symbol of her lasting love. Now, that’s what I call devotion. The sculpture itself is of the finest quality as well.

I’m sure when people come to pay their respects to their loved ones they have to notice this and I’m sure tell friends and family about it.

I wonder what it was like to come to the grave next to it and see it for the first time. It’s truly remarkable.

Looks like the wife had something else in mind when she was considering “until death do us part.”

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