Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Death of a Record Skull

K from PishPosh told us: “I was trying to make a clock out of a 45. This was actually my first
attempt. As I tried to cut through the vinyl, it started breaking. In frustration, myself and my gal-pal, Jenny, proceeded to rip apart the whole thing. The pieces looked cool and we went with it... A skull! So we put it together and had it on this huge piece of wood. I would have liked to have painted the wood and set the skull on it permanently; however a party was had, and somebody moved all of the pieces. This was the only picture I got.”

Memento C said:

I know it is only a picture, but I am drawn to this. It reminds me that life is really just a breath, a moment if you will, in which things are etched into our memory. You may not have a relic of that moment in the form of a clock, but you now have a different sort of relic- one in which a moment in history is recorded for all time. Well at least until the pixels start to decay. Thank you for sharing this accidental piece of momentary art with us.

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