Sacred Treasure David Robertson is often uncomfortably provocative - but he's probably on the money here: 10 'prophecies' for the church in 2018 An inspiring new tradition in LA, an annual Christmas performance of Handel's Messiah by the homeless, those with…
This is a serious bit of randomness (or should that be randomity?) from my son (Bananamationman) and his best chum Tyler (Tee_Po). They were at a loose end a couple of weekends ago and so crafted this raster superb and searing satire on the self-help industry. I'd even go so far as to say it was prophetic, actually. Almost pythonesque, in fact. Watch, and be inspired.
Half term was not idly spent by Joshua and my nephew Hudson (despite consistently dismal weather). Over the week, the fused their considerable talents to produce this short, which is little short of a masterpiece (IHMO).
This post is not motivated simply by beaming paternal pride - I also got to have a cameo role in Joshua's latest triumph... albeit as banana. And I got to be musical director. I have to say that I doubt my acting career will ever get much better than this. (And don't forget, I 'starred' in an oscar-winning movie).
Well, the boy's done good again. For most of the weekend, Joshua (aka Bananamationman) worked on a very ambitious white-board stopmotion narrating the story of the Creation from Genesis 1-2. It's frustratingly brief - but then when you realise it took around 11 hours of drawing and photographing each move, you can understand! There are some lovely touches - my particular highlights are the waves, the fish and the bird. Awesome. Beams of paternal pride pour forth!