Cut down the trees and put them in a tree museum
Charge the people a dollar and half just to see them
Don’t it always seem to go
That we don’t know what we got till it’s gone
I have been researching Pop Art
Everything predicted way back then is coming true with a vengeance
Not only are they are cutting down our paradise
And turning it into a parking lot
(I wonder what it will be like for the futures children?)
Everything Andy Warhol said about fifteen minutes of fame is now a reality.
Say goodbye to privacy and values.
The idea of FRASB is that you can make a difference. FRASB is a mobile application and it does take a little getting used to. I tend to work in batches and themes.
When I went out to vote yesterday, I took batches of images of the precious countryside and worked on them in Photoshop. Have been working on an idea for Haiku for a while and so this design challenge is putting me through the paces.
First of all the image you choose must be square. Or be able to be cropped to a square, and there must not be lots of white empty space. So the idea is short pithy and filled with meaning.
Sounds like a Haiku to me.
Haikus are written to a formulae
Isn’t it a shame?
That you don’t know what you’ve got
Until it has gone
Now there is more than a trick to getting this right. The main words of the pithy Haiku have to be hash tagged! How so?
Isn’t it a shame#
You don’t know what you value#
Act before you lose#
Now that the text is prepared – it can be posted from a mobile or android.
The FRASB App can’t be downloaded to Laptop
Save the prepared images and text the Tweet like – life statement with Hash Tags
Some will applaud and others will re-suggest the post.
May the Universe be with you!