Sappho spent the day wandering around the Village with her camera and took a few snaps of things she found normal and things she found somewhat abnormal. She was very confused at the end of the day about which was which. She first came across the intercom phones made by National.
Sweeten up your day at the Village!
Organic blueberries at the Village! Why not?
Bovine’s whimsy on everyone’s mind at the Village.
Bovine Fairy Tale’s pixie dust invades The Village at the Bistro.
In case you thought the prisoner idea was a new theme, check out St. Peter’s Chains! Sappho took a quick research side trip to Rome. Somehow Moses got in on the act!
The General’s ‘Generating Whole School Improvement’ Power Point Presentation
Bomb Shelter Location Revealed!!
Her best snap of all! A portrait of # 6.
Last of all, here is a spectacular gif by John Johnston she wished she could have made. Sappho is keeping it in her portfolio as inspiration.
As someone who really did live in the 60’s, the themes of this Prisoner series seem all too prophetic! My art may not be as technically spectacular as some participants in this open course, but I have taken the themes to heart, and I try to allow the art to evolve as I think about the content of the episodes I watch. I am also inspired by the creativity and technical expertise of others as I follow the Twitter and G+ posts. It is good to see that others can also not maintain design integrity! I am having a lot of fun combining the Bovine Fairy Tale Festival with The Prisoner series; although, I think I am now a full fledged prisoner of ‘The Prisoner’!
Photos and edits by @janweb3
- Michelangelo’s Moses light- up sign taken in Rome; chains in background are St. Peter’s (Prisoner theme is not a new one!!)
- Bean Stalk Bistro sign taken at Granville Island, BC
- Blueberry Picking sign take at Kraus Berry Farm, Aldergrove BC
- Photos of Portmeirion memorabilia taken from Six of One Society Facebook Page
- The Prisoner with camera gif by John Johnston
Finally, Sappho was able to make a decent gif from the Prisoner film she is calling ‘Where Am I?”. She used LunapPic for the conversion of her snipped film clip to animated gif.