The key to it all

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Alex Itin made this gorgeous video as a birthday present to himself. He used two copies of Moby Dick so that he could paint/draw on both sides of each page for months. He then used some sound found on YouTube of Orson Welles reading from Moby Dick for a failed Italian T.V. film, some Led Zeppelin, some drummers performing Bonzo and the end result is an amazing piece of art that we can all enjoy. It’s just wonderful.

“Orson Whales”

Orson Whales from Alex Itin on Vimeo.

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About megstar73

I'm a 37 year old living in the East Bay near San Pablo Bay. I have worked as a Gallery Assistant at a small community college and am a medical assistant who has trained as a phlebotomist. I need to find time in my busy schedule as the mother of a very active toddler to study and get my phlebotomist's license. Interests include cheese, exotic beverages (not the alcoholic kind), ethnic food, improving my culinary skills, bacon, reading, music of all genres and combining all of the above together with friends! Last but not least, I love being the mother of a beautiful, sweet darling little girl. How lucky am I?

2 responses »

  1. dammit. my internet is all jordanian, so it takes forevah to watch video. especially on sundays.

    i will be back when i can steal wifi from my neighbors. until then, i am digging your intros!

  2. Thanks! I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog, I’ll look forward to your comments!

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