🌟Скорее всего, как-то так в моей голове выглядит девочка-весна в обличии Фриды Кало. Ну и не важно, что лицо совсем не похоже, я не над лицом трудилась) Меня больше всего вдохновляет моя победа над боязнью больших рисунков. Всегда в голове была мысль " Нарисовать картину?..Но я же так не люблю детали." 🌟И тут я часами сидела и вырисовывала каждый листик до его полной логической завершённости. Мне дико понравился процесс. Ты как бы..вылюбил? Выносил, вынянчил. Было очень приятно. Очень приятно.
This piece was extremely influential to the Picasso Manifesto, as it not only describes a format of trade, but more importantly to me, it shows the social implications of what one person's idea has achieved. "One Red Paperclip" is a simple idea developed by a Canadian man named Kyle MacDonald. On the 12th of July 2005 he began using the Internet to advertise on Craigslist and his own blog that he would trade one red paperclip for a house. Nearly one year to the day and 14 trades later, that is exactly what he did. On July 12, 2006 he traded with the Town of Kipling, Saskatchewan for a house located at 503 Main Street
Each trade very gradually improved the value of the object he owned. As his idea took hold and began to flourish, it developed international attention. When I first heard about his idea, I was instantly interested. It became a voyeuristic experience, hoping that he would indeed trade up to a house, watching each trade to see when his idea would be realised. The idea coalesced and connected to those watching all around the world into a single team of people cheering him on. As someone looking on, I wanted him to succeed: I wanted him to beat the system because of a brilliant idea. The realisation of a single idea that began with one red paperclip and became a house, and that as observers we could participate indirectly. That with each person who logged in to watch the progression of his idea actually validated the process.
As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "Life is a journey, not a destination." The same is implied in Kyle's idea for us as the voyeur. For those of us that watched, it was a fascinating social journey that we could participate in through the modern day communication tool: the Internet.
The Picasso Manifesto