here’s to the crazy ones. the misfits. the rebels. the troublemakers. the round pegs in the square holes. the ones who see things differently. they’re not fond of rules. and they have no respect for the status quo. you can quote them, disagree with them, disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them. about the only thing that you can’t do, is ignore them. because they change things. they invent. they imagine. they heal. they explore. they create. they inspire. they push the human race forward. maybe they have to be crazy. how else can you stare at an empty canvas and see a work of art? or, sit in silence and hear a song that hasn’t been written? or, gaze at a red planet and see a laboratory on wheels? we make tools for these kinds of people. while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.
projectgallery hosted a benefit hosted by "bike against hunger" last weekend. here is how they explained it..
IT IS A BIKE PROM THAT MEANS A BIKE JERSEY AND A TULLE SKIRT, SPANDEX SHORTS W/ DRESS SHOES, WHATEVER. RIDE YOUR BIKE, BRING A DATE. YOUR DATE CAN BE YOUR BIKE IT IS TOTALLY NOT WEIRD. Make sure your clothes are GIT CRAZY friendly, because we're got live DJ action, and also SO STYLISH, so you can get your prom picture taken! Also you can win hell of prizes donated by Vault Video, Garage 17b, OSU Outdoor Adventure, Hideaway Pizza, and Cooper's Cycle Center! There will be zany prize combo packs for Bike Prom King and Queen as well as door prizes. AMPLE bike parking will be provided, so AIN'T NO 'SCUSES, dust off those MOUNT FURY ROADMASTERS and get there. Tickets/spoke cards (hand-printed and laminated by your faithful organizer) are now available for purchase at Vault Video for $10 each! Get 'em and don't lose 'em! ALL AGES! If you are 21+, bring your ID and a small donation if you would like a beer and your prom photo taken. This event is a fundraiser run by Bike Against Hunger for the benefit of Thanda, a connected charity in South Africa which plants community gardens and helps out children orphaned by AIDS.
yet another verrry successful reception at projectgallery. despite the 107 degree weather and infamous stillwater summers, people came out of the woodwork and filled the gallery with oohs and ahhs. congratulations artists, that was all you.
gallery boy jonathon, being the best person ever.
it is this bright at 8 o'clock.
and its over. we will definitely miss how great the work looks in the space...and our ceramic security guards.