My sister in law Liz Amend makes these incredible fairy figures, and figures by her are always in rather high demand. This one, I just *had* to post here, as it has stripeys and goggles and a very cool nut-shell helmet. It is available here on Ebay.
Harden is an intrepid explorer and photographer and it looks like he is off on another adventure! He wears a little acorn cap (sculpted of polymer clay) and goggles. He has a tiny camera to capture all the amazing things he will see, maybe he might even see a human! Harden measures about 7 inches tall from his head to his toes, but will measure taller with his stand (not shown).
Still, these are not as impressive or elegant as the airborne aircraft carriers of history, such as the USS Macon or her sister ship the USS Akron, which, sadly, crashed off the coast of New Jersey on April 4th 1933, killing 73 crew and passengers.
A beautiful 6 minute film about a scarecrow (many more like this available at the distributors site: Premium-Films.com)
I love how they put the projector together, because it is nice to see artists putting thought and creativity into every element.
One should not simply think of the elements within a work as building blocks within the work of art itself. Every stone, every wave, every cloud, every everyday thing offers an opportunity to imagine something new, and most importantly: to have fun with one’s creation…
This second video is by a band called “Doves”, and I am posting it because it has some stunning visuals of biplanes and zeppelins. The music, is something that neither stands out as fantastic or terrible, in my opinion. The video is worth watching either way…
For those of you in the Orange County / Hollywood area anyway. I thought I’d post it all the same, especially since I wish I were there myself. Zdzislaw, was one of my favorite living artists until his passing, and is now simply one of my very favorite artists of all time.
“In a tribute to renown Polish artist Zdzislaw Beksinski directors Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, Stuart Gordon, William Malone, and Mick Garris invite you to join them in a discussion on, “The Filmmakers vision-how art can shape and enrich cinema”. There will be a question and answer session along with a screening of Parasomnia, William Malone’s macabre twist on the sleeping beauty legend..”
And as for the children part… see it late if you wish, but I can tell you that hearing other people’s children scream in horror and freak out towards the end of the movie, is *almost* as awesome as I would imagine it to be to hear my own screaming in fear and freaking out towards the end of the movie.
Don’t have your own kids to frighten and spook? All the more reason to go and see it in theaters.