Whole-baked leather jacket with dismantled Pickle and Tulips

Music by Susumo Yokota, Imagine

Pickle was Kaustby all along

[Half of Pickle, the chairs story was on Facebook. I am unable to find a link here, as I must have deleted it, also. Soon I shall compile a complete history on the chair, known as Pickle, now Kaustby. Deleting is good. Today, all the photos from my recent trip, stored on the hard drive became mysteriously corrupted and everything is gone. This video is inspired by just that; impermanence.]

15 responses to Whole-baked leather jacket with dismantled Pickle and Tulips

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Thanks mike. Yeah it’s a pity, but what can you do. I’m hoping to advance my getting over things to a hopeful 4 minutes instead of 5.

      • You know, when we moved house somewhere in the boxes still unopened, or perhaps lost forever is a polaroid of a weekend hippie me and a few chums from when I was just 19 all stood alongside my Thames something, something model of van. It had been painted yellow matt emulsion and a young gal artist friend had added a Cruella Deville on one side; snakes and lizards about the headlamps and a dragon on the other side. If it is indeed lost forever I shall be so fed up…it feels like the loss of an entire tale of youth.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Haha that sounds incredible! You should try find them, going through boxes is fun. I create time capsules all the time , set with funny labels for future self laughs

  1. That’s a sensational video, Jessie, and I think one of my favourites of all time. 🙂

    Have you tried a disc recovery utility? I’m sure there’ll be a way of recovering those files. 🙂

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