My Andy Warhol Tomato-soup can, Tomato-cutlery on Ikea Lightbox Tribute

44 responses to My Andy Warhol Tomato-soup can, Tomato-cutlery on Ikea Lightbox Tribute

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Yes, it was a delight collecting them over the corse of a few months – different stores had more than others , just had to have the whole lot!

  1. Very neatly arranged; I can appreciate the sense of controlled order that went into this. Do you have one of these to go with your utensils?

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      The amount of time spent on this project- I am unwilling to reveal-as it may leak an insane amount of my insanity to the world at large.

      That measuring contraption is sensational, I’d call it Julienne!

      • I imagine I’d spend hours debating myself on placement, going back and forth between the utensils and the view finder. . .and I do love the measuring contraption too! Talk about getting your proper portions !^_^!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Well it actually sat, in the corner for a month before I even wanted to engage with it. Kicked it a couple times. I think it comes down to, the whole, am I ready to surrender to how ever long this takes to get right or not. Because once your in the process, nothing is as important as that process. Plus I have an unhealthy appetite for documentation!

        p.s what does Egypt English mean, if you don’t mind my curiosity?

      • A true Muse indeed !^_^!
        No mind–Egypt was bestowed upon me I should say by a collective of women I studied with in college. It stuck and over time, and I dare say it took on a entirely different and more spiritual meaning as I begin to follow my soul purpose, and find self. English–is my passion. I take solace in all of its transliterations, its modern origins, the infinite combinations to arrange and to imply such simple things–its commonplace’ness ^_^. Nowadays, it indeed to most unifying language–third rank for me to the cosmic languages of thoughts and sound on Earth.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Calling a box with cutlery on it, my muse, is most probably the best thing I have heard in a long while Egypt English. A men to inanimate objects!

        Oh ok, interesting. Names are indeed powerful, well words- as you have stated- are in themselves. I often feel at dis-ease with writing a lot of the time, due to this. Words feel much more concrete than images, more direct. It must feel nice to be at such ease with them, and from what I have read it all stems from a wonderful place.

        P.s when I was little, I wanted was to change my name to Sally.

      • !^_^! That’s my mommy’s name ☺. And as she would ask “What made you choose a country name like that?!” –semi-rhetoric lolz
        I agree, words are a lot more concrete…an image allows much room for abstract thoughts to flow, words are a lot easier to take too literally, and way out of context. The latter is possibly subconsciously why I chose to attempt to master the art of crafting words into portraits. . . eh who knows.
        S/n: In light of musing: I love your thought patterns and waves ♥

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Snaps all round Sally. Sally was one of those out of the blue names as a kid, and named every single toy it.

        Yes, you are very correct. What a great challenge to pose for yourself, and one which I too will try to do also.

        Thanks for recognizing me 🙂


      • My Honor 💕 and Thank You too, I’m truly humble I could be of inspiration 🙂 ❤ truly.

        As for my toys they basically were name according to what they were with a slight deviation lolz, my ole'friends Beary, Tiggy, Dolly…eh you get the point 😀 💕💕💕

      • ‘Madame Julienne Brunoise Chopper.’ – Hahahaha perfect Hariod!

        And the set is a triumph Jessie, all the little piggies watching silently, considering their possible fate.

        – esme chopping finely upon the Cloud

      • A well known from birth verse for most British children *winks and tweaks Jessie’s second toe*.

        – esme sat with five piggies upon the Cloud discussing Plato

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Hilarious. Especially the Plato part!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      I don’t think Andy W. would be capable of such inharmonious mind states as jealousy. From what I know, or have heard of him (all from sauces outside of himself) , he seemed to be a very kind, well rounded man.

      Hopefully proud 😀

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      You’re right. The cheap ones tend to do one can before they bust a limb anyhow!

  2. I love your insanity
    This is creativity at its finest
    A lot of people don’t get it
    But I truly do
    Simply beautiful
    See you on the other side of creativity
    The Sheldon Perspective

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      One of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me, thank you Sheldon.

      Thanks for seeing


  3. You are welcome
    I believe we inspire each other
    Comments are important
    As well as validation
    Next time we will do lunch
    As always Sheldon

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Your great
      I believe that too
      What’s your favourite food ?
      Did you get that job in the end?

  4. My favorite food that’s a good question
    I am so crazy when it comes to food
    The only way I can say what is my favorite
    Is what I am cooking at that time
    As far as the job
    The owner said he would keep my name o n file and if he needed someone
    He would call me
    I’m cool with that though
    If you don’t put the vibe out then nothing will come your way
    That why I said you have to keep pushing
    Thank you for asking
    As always Sheldon

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Yes I love all sorts of food too, but did you not say we were going to have lunch? That’s why I asked.

      Great, something even better will come along when you leave the necessary space!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Sound wonderful, I am a Trendy Gluten/lactose intolerant persons though, so ill just bring some rice crackers.

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