Sunday, May 04, 2008 :::
Apparently "shadows" are a new artistic medium. I've seen some fairly impressive examples of shadow art in the last few months. People are using shadows to:
Tell a Story
Draw a Picture/Make a Social Statement
Create Profiles/Animate the Inanimate
But these folks are just barely cracking the surface of the possibilities. Let me create some shadow art that will literally blow your mind, planetdan style:
Winner = Me
Although I think the older I get, the more I appreciate my own juvenile humor. I probably told more sophisticated jokes when I was twelve, only without the aid of animated GIFs. The only thing that's evolved on planetdan over the last thirty years is the technology. :(
::: posted by dan at 4:01 PM :: [ link ] :: (6) comments
6 previous comments:
thanks for the chuckle, I needed that.
By , at 6:41 AM
I love it! You definitely win.
By , at 4:05 PM
Man, I wanted to do something with shadow art for my final crit in metals. I couldn't come up with anything and now I can't because who could compete with yours?
By me, at 5:08 PM
PlanetDan FTW!!!! You are awesome Dan!
By CampBlood, at 7:41 AM
wow - kids and their crazy art projects!!
I was never that creative as an art student... Which is probably why I'm in sales now. oh, yeah.
HEY Dan - are you and the Greasy Cooters playing this year again?
By December, at 8:52 AM
Greasy Cooters are still playing, but I've bowed out the last few seasons.
I'm just too old.
By dan, at 12:16 PM
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