Candlelit Television Eyes

September 11, 2009 § 4 Comments

I saw this picture a while ago of Bill Baird with candlelit television eyes and thought it might lend itself well to a little static animation. Click here to listen to some of his music. If you make films you should try to track him down. You’ll see what I mean when you hear the music.


§ 4 Responses to Candlelit Television Eyes

  • shannon randolph says:

    Hey Laura!

    i liked this one – reminds me of harry potter world with animated animations. looks like you’re doing quite good work there in santa cruz. keep it up… and i’ll see you in a couple of weeks. yup that’s right. ezra’s already home and i’m coming home for a visit on the 29th.

    love from africa

    p.s. if i’m the third, here’s an address: BP 5239 Yaounde, Cameroon

  • caroline and hall says:

    hall and i love the static eye glasses – they’re WILD! we think it looks a little like dana carvey and it makes me miss our best of dana carvey saturday night live video which is down in brooklyn. we are sitting on douglas island on our last night of our river honeymoon after a wild night in alex bay eating wings and ice cream with your parents. today marked our 1 week anniversary!
    the bliss farm antiques website looks fantastic! nice work!
    from the river………caroline & hall.

  • caroline and hall says:

    ps. your bill baird picture also reminds me of beard-O with his static glasses!! are they cousins by chance?? half brothers….??

  • Rosalie Kerr says:

    I love the sorbet. Looks good enough to eat!!!

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