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Day 47: Her Morning Elegance by Oren Lavie

6 Jul

Hello there! If this is your first time on the site, be sure to check out the about page at the top for more info on my project! Also, sign the guestbook (also located in the top)!

Before I get to the actual content of this blog post, I’ve got a couple of things to point out!

First things first, I found out that WordPress.com made “Life As We Don’t Know It” the featured blog under the tag “optimism”! I appreciate all the support I’ve been getting for these past months and stuff. It’s been really neat seeing what people think of my project, and I’m glad you guys feel the same way! Check out the page here!

Second, I said in my blogpost yesterday that I’d mention more information about URBAN CRAFT UPRISING, so here it is

  • This saturday and sunday (July 10th & 11th) at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
  • Free admission!
  • Come look at neat projects from cool indie artists from around the nation (including Schmancy, Cake Spy, Figs & Ginger, Monkey Sock Monkey, Ugly Baby, go robot!, and many many more!)
  • Raffle, prizes, craft demos, and much more!

Come check it out! Also, I’ll be volunteering on the Saturday from 8:00am to 1:00pm! Come say hi to me!

You can check out the Urban Craft Uprising website by clicking on the picture right underneath this.

Finally, I present you with my daily dose of optimism. Now, if you like TV and you watch it a lot, I’m guessing you’ve probably seen all those “Kindle” commercials… the ones where the girls are doing things all while laying on sheets.

They’re stop motion animated, and they feature clothing and other laundry day props to tell the story of a girl with the “Kindle”.

This is not the first example of great, laundry-stop-motion… in fact, many speculate that the “Kindle” ads are directly inspired by a beautiful music video by Oren Lavie for a song called “Her Morning Elegance”

The video is accompanied by a gorgeous song, and it always puts a smile on my face. So enjoy “Her Morning Elegance” by Oren Lavie