Stuck in the studio and feeling I’ve mined every shot out of the bleak, late winter landscape, I looked around and spied a large sheet of bubble wrap. This stuff is great for at least three reasons. Four if you count the protective packaging aspects.
2) Nostalgia. Related to entertainment, but specifically linked to the endless delight of countless children including me and mine; and
3) It looks cool. Particularly if you really study it and take way too many pictures of it and start thinking that it looks like a mass of frog’s eggs under a magnifying glass. Or something like that.
Anyway, today’s photo also provides me with a perfect corny segue for talking about my Kickstarter project which wraps up Saturday, April 20th at 7:00am (CST). As of this post, there are 36 hours remaining. This fundraising effort supports my public art debut, The Never-Ending Wood, part of a public art initiative called An Enchanted Arboretum. If you haven’t yet, please check out the project. There’s a video of me talking about the project, lots of pictures and more information. Plus, you can check out the special edition artwork I’m offering as backer rewards.
While I’ve made my goal, I’m excited to have lots of people on board and to share the rewards with as many people as possible. I’d love to have some blog readers jump on board!
2 thoughts on “04.18.13 it’s a wrap”
Never did I realize what magical fun comes in the form of bubble wrap. It started with you and ended with my gig at Small Wonders. First we would spread it with paint, put paper over it, roll it out and then the children would get a clean piece just to “crack”! Fun, fun, fun, and now it is one of your famous photos.
I don’t know about famous! But it does seem like bubble wrap has universal appeal…