Friday, 10 June 2011

Mini Movies

The second shade of Madeline Tosh Merino Light that I need for the latest Stripe Study arrived today, so here are some films for you to watch while I am obsessively knitting garter stitch.

This is a temporary installation in Stockholm. Mette wrote recently about trompe l'oeil and I always find it curiously exhilarating.



This shows you a bit about how they did it.



It makes me want to jump on the next flight to Stockholm.

I went to see Loudon Wainwright III when he played Glasgow recently. It was a very relaxed evening: everyone plainly knew the songs inside out and had seen him perform more than once. He started with a playlist but he soon gave up and played mostly requests. He forgot the words to this one but the audience was able to get him back on track.



Lastly, this is quite a short clip. It's a bit dull at the beginning, but it gets better. Stay with it.

5 comments:

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Love mind your step - so cool!

Anonymous said...

I'd jump on the next flight to Stockholm even without this inducement. Wish I could. . .
-- Gretchen

Mette said...

Thanks for this. It is so lifelike, my feet tickle. How nice to see people play and have fun.

Raveller said...

Trust a cat to cut through the bs!

kmkat said...

Clearly, god loves the cat because it is just a cat ;-)