Ok, so the speech bubbles post I made really got my inner reptile creative mind working. My link, unfortunately, takes you straight to the speech bubbles. What you really need to do is to visit Ji Lee’s Homepage and take a look at some of the other stuff he’s done.
First of all, the site Universrevolved (spelled correctly), shows a 3D alphabet, which made my mind go wow. I think someone needs to use these letters in a puzzle such as The Game. Funny, I sent my friend Lynda a link on that to read, and told her she could blog about it cause I was done for the day, and then my brain went into hyper-drive. So I’m not talking about The Game, I’m just referencing it… /me sticks out tongue.
Now, Ji has some nice links to follow. I’m going to be thinking about this one ALL FREAKING DAY. Remember my position as a photographer? This is just an amazing concept to not only come up with, but to visualize and put onto a website. It’s a fantastic merger of technology, social interaction, and (as well as) commentary. How’s this for a discussion… Can the author of Human Clock still be considered an artist even when he’s using images that other people have taken?
So I’ve got that clock running in a webpage for over 20 minutes now. Every minute, it flashes and a new random image comes up. You want to talk about a way to distract yourself throughout the day? Do yourself a favor and read the FAQ as well.
It’s not a matter of maybe… I am going to take a picture and send it in. He’s looking for things that aren’t mundane though. That definately means a group from Tadcaster, all dressed up at the next event. Oooh.. I wonder if we can find ourselves a sundial somewhere.
My mind is still reeling… I’m not sure if I prefer the analog or the digital clocks….