I loved that! Do you think it was really all just photos? Part of me thought "I could do that!" and part of me said, no you couldn't! I like how the pictures become like windows--it starts to seem like you're almost looking through the wall, and I'm glad (spoiler alert) that the pig wins in the end.
First thought; this guy has unlimited time on his hands, that must have taken weeks plus he must own a printing ink company!
I just loved it!
Almost as good as spill monster and spill santa!!I also think he has more Time and paper than me... very cool.
Genius! But my older daughter was horrified at the thought of how much ink he used printing out all those photos!
Horrified at the expense or at the wholly frivolous chemical abuse of scarce planet resources? Because if it's the former, can we give her Alistair Darling's job? If it's the latter, can we give her a job on Obama's staff?!
... the latter ... but possibly because financial concerns don't ... errr .... concern her. Mr & Mrs Toffee Incorporated look after that side of things.
If we can just ensure that the next generations are more like her, rather than the junk consumers I see all around me, maybe Earth still stands a chance ... Sorry, feeling very jaded today.
I think it's brilliant. Did anyone see an article in The Guardian this week about some kids who made their own version of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark? it took them years ... but they got to meet Spielberg and the film now has a cult following.From my son - "What do you get if you cross a pig and a dinosaur?Jurassic Pork!"
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