Friday, August 03, 2007

I Appreciate Good and Clever Art

I recently stumbled onto a really cool piece of art online, and I wanted to share it with you. Partially because it reminds me a little of that girl from "Nightmare Before Christmas," which I've never seen because it's claymationy, and that's truly a nightmare. So, apparently people have said that the aforementioned girl kind of looks like my sister Cash. I can kind of see it. Well, if it's true, then maybe this art will also remind you of Cash.

Click here. I dare you.

Are you proud of me? I didn't pirate it and stick in on here. Instead, I directed you to the actual site.

Anyway, I really like it. Great depiction of the fates in relation to the telephone industry. Also, it's really cool-looking. What do you think?

10 comments:

Cash said...

Tino doesn't think it looks like me. He does say that Sally from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" looks more like me than the Fates. This is an interesting blog especially given the fact that one of my coworkers told me yesterday that I look kind of like Olive Oyl. I guess I shouldn't have worn the black pants and red T-shirt. I guess I look like cartoons -- and Mackenzie Phillips (to Southerners).

Cassie said...

I think that is pretty cool looking. I don't know what your sister looks like but I'm assuming that she looks somewhat like you so it's a possibility.

tearese said...

I like the picture. There was a girl in my last ward that looked like she was from your family. Her husbands last name was Hepworth, and his family lives in Cedar City! However, they strangely dont know anything about the HEpworths we knew in high school, and she wasn't related to you, much to my disapointment. THey were from Chico, CA.

Cardine said...

Tearese, I'm starting to wonder if our entire graduating class will end up coming on my blog because we keep talking about them in the comments. I will still get at least a hit a week from someone who searched out A.B.C.'s name. You know, the author from our graduating class.

compulsive writer said...

Yes it's cool. And so are you. And now I just went and removed the copyrighted photo of Dr. Ross from my post and replaced it with a noncopyrighted photo. Because you're a good example.

p.s. I like the blingo, too. Since I search Google for a living I should sign up at work--I bet my odds of winning would be impressive.

tearese said...

thats really funny. I wonder if they'll look at the rest of ours through links, too? Since I changed mine so people can go read it from my comments now....

Jason said...

Sup 'dine? Thanks for the vote of confidence. It's a little scary posting opinions like that when 3/4 of the people are anonymous and you're identifiable. Then people can be like, "Whatever Jason, lame opinion....and by the way, your artwork suck! Nee-ner, nee-ner!!!"

I liked that link. I'm a closet "Nightmare" fan. I've got the Jack pocket watch with the chain made of little silver bones. Last years b-day present. Thanks for sharing a link to some good art. I'm always up for it!

Chat with you later.

Booklogged said...

It is cool. I would love to see all those telephone poles and wires gone. Oops, there's a problem - we still have land-based phones!

Indy said...

Nice pix. I don't think I can compare it to cash since I have never met her.

kelmurphy said...

Cardine, thanks so much for having the link instead of the image! I am always up for sharing my pictures, with permission of course. I am impressed you found my site in this zoo that is called the internet.

Always appreciative,
Kelmurphy

Cheers!