Monday, March 7, 2011

meat: a recurring nightmare


the vegan voyeur: a tofu in disguise
he's watching you... not eat meat
 
about meat: a recurring nightmare 
   
lately, the vegan voyeur has been having very vivid and disturbing dreams about meat processing and packaging plants, the meat department in the supermarket and of sizzling steaks on the grill. he tosses and turns all night long, dragging himself into work half an hour late.  
 
he wonders: is this a sign that i should start eating meat?
 
inspiration sterility, Fast Food Nation, meat packing plants, steel, modernization
materials paper, cardboard, recycled household garbage, yarn, creativity







i created this diorama for my very first first friday event. what is first friday? every first friday of the month, many of the art galleries, cafe's and boutiques in town will showcase local artwork, have live local music, wine and hors d'Ĺ“uvres. it's a town-wide fancy party. i was thrilled when people looked at my crochet, looked at me and said, "i don't get it..." i was equally pleased with all that enjoyed the vegan voyeur this time around. thanks for the support!

see more of the vegan voyeur by clicking here!

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7 comments:

  1. Definitely ranks an 11 on the 1-10 scale of creativity :D

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  2. This is really fantastic. Congrats on your first friday! I think you should submit this to KnitHacker (also crochet friendly ;)

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  3. Mae Belle and Citizen K: Thank you so much for your comments!

    Citizen K: I just submitted it! I've looked at KnitHacker before, but I never put it together that I could submit my crochet! Thanks so much for the suggestion - you are full of so many awesome ones!

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  4. I personally love the poo and toilet paper, myself. Although, this is so many shades of awesome that I can't count them all. You have a brilliant mind!

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  5. Yay! I'm so glad you submitted it -just saw it on KnitHacker and said, "Hurrah!"

    Something this creative and awesome just HAS to be shared!

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  6. Wow. I never knew this sort of scene could be portrayed in crochet. You have taken the craft to a new level. Good work!

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    1. Thanks, Florence. :) I appreciate the compliment, especially from you!

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