Thursday, March 19, 2009

Dis...and Dat


There are now 108 artists participating in the Disintegration Collaboration and more wrapping their bundles as we speak. Thanks to those artists who took the challenge.


Here are just a few of them...

Bundles come in all shapes and sizes.

There are bundles of copper and jewels...


Karen from Artsortments








...bundles strapped to shutters...


Jan from A Journey...











...bundles in boxes...


Theresa from Theresa Martin











...rolled bundles...


Donna from World of Joy











...swinging bundles...


Zoe from Pentamento











...grounded bundles...


Dayna from Alley Art Studio











...colorful bundles...


Peggy From Out of Hand Art











...snowy bundles...


Marie










...and bundles on film!

video
Created and directed by Mick from Mick Mathers Art Blog

17 comments:

femminismo said...

Wonderful! I want to try this during the summer months to decorate the back yard. What a great idea. How wonderful is the brain of wo-man.

Jill Zaheer said...

Amazing, amazing amazing! One thing is for sure- this project is one of the few things these days that's not disintegrating. Thanks again for all of your energies to showcase these great bundles and their artists! May 1 will really be "showtime"!

LostLuggage said...

Seth- aside from The Pulse....I think this might be the biggest collaboration EVER. You get a gold star in my book, buddy!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Have posted my bundle this morning on my blog Seth.

Gillian McMurray said...

The bundles get more imaginative with each posting :o)

Dayna Collins said...

Ohhh, ohhhh, ohhhh, such fun to see my bundle and the bundles of others on your blog!

Chris said...

yay! Lots of bundlers! I think May 1st we should all clear our schedules, and take the day off work, and spend the whole day unbundling together.

I mean, we're all adults, right?


okay.

Robyn said...

These are all fantastic! I'm posting mine on my blog in a few minutes time, Seth

Mick said...

I've only just begun to research the 100+ artists who've added so many fascinating artworks for this equally fascinating project. I also thank you again for persevering and getting the movie embedded. The sequel was shot yesterday ... sadly, it all ended up on the cutting room floor!

Karen Cole said...

Pretty incredible Seth. Glad to be a part of it. Brilliant idea. What's next????????

jerseytjej said...

My bundle of be-ribboned joy is still not mounted due to low and hanging snow branches...maybe before the project ends, lol!? Gina

Judy said...

indeed, good job Seth, truly amazing.

*jean* said...

oo it's just so cool how this has taken off! i am excited because we finally got weather here! it rained a ton yesterday and today my bundle is soggy and full of dark colors! yea!

LisaHoffman said...

Oh LOOK!...the paint on the side of my house falls RIGHT into this category.

susanna said...

What a cool project, Seth. It'll be interesting to see whether the bundles will be left as they are or whether they'll left outside longer or whether they'll become an entirely new piece of artwork.

And wasn't Karen's piece gorgeous?! She's on a creative roll right now.

Marilyn said...

Really creative!! Put a bunch of artists together and look what you get. These are great.

Neen said...

After looking here a bit more, I want to do this. I think it would not only be fun, but...healing too!