Tuesday, January 8, 2008

219. Skull-Master

Cut & Arranged Vintage View-Master Slides.

14 comments:

Now In 3-C said...

#366 will truly be a great masterpiece. Remember 2008 is a leap year.

shameless said...

have you ever considered getting a deviantART account? I would totally favourite this

Kim Carney said...

love your blog! what fun
you have probably seen boo's work but just in case
I thought of you
http://www.quiltsryche.com/

Kim

Daniel said...

i love the work you do, but honestly i think this one is a little reaching, just not seeing it

b13 said...

HAHAHA Too easy! That is awesome though :D

J. said...

I love it

Patti said...

That's great, it's like a little primate skull. :)

Tatman said...

Classic! I hope you checked into the worth of those viewmasters to see if they're antiques or not. haha

Anonymous said...

Most of your work is quite good. But this is the lamest . . . post . . . evar . . .

kitty said...

You have officially arrived, Noah! Between the book deal and more comments with spam links and from weenie anonymous posters, it's official.

Mim said...

I like Kitty's comment! You've made it! With such a little alteration, a whole new skull, excellent.

Kim said...

Hey, it's really cute! I haven't seen one of those view master thingos since I was pretty tiny. I want to know what the pictures on the slides were! :P

WB said...

It is not the artist's responsability to caretake of the spectator's pre-set visions of what things are or should be. An artist simply brings new options to expand those visions to new levels and unless the spectator put him/herself in a vulnerable state of mind then the interaction will not be possible.

So with this I just wanna say, thanks for this new point of view; I see it clearly and I think it's hilarious the way the skull is coming at me with them eyes!

Momai said...

My family's favorite view-master set when we were growing up was the "HeMan" set. His catch phrase? "By the power of Grey Skull!"

Coincidence? I think not.