…or what happens when Werner Herzog reads Curious George.
via The Zeray Gazette.
Shakin’ it old school…
(With apologies to Frank Herbert)
“It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion; it is by the sacred bean of Java that thoughts acquire speed, the hands acquire shakes, the shakes become a warning, it is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.”
This thing’s been on the net for two weeks now. It’s probably been posted on thousands of blogs, and has been viewed by millions. Putting it up here is redundant to say the least (sort of like retyping newspaper headlines from a week ago), but I’m doing it anyway. It’s a simple and wonderful piece of art.
According to the New York Times article , the music was composed by a friend of Mr. Harding (the dancing dude in the video). The voice is that of 17 year-old Palbasha Siddique, signing a poem in Bengali.
Can’t say much more about it, except that it’s really, really neat.