18.04.11 by Jeff

Impossible Art Ideas

Jason Lazarus is collecting Impossible Art Ideas! Here’s my idea:

Impossible Art Ideas curated by Jason Lazarus

Jump over here and add your own!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jerrrrrry

    photograph an honest politician

  • Here’s mine:

    Screen every Stanley Kubrick movie in chronological order at a speed of one frame per hour. All Kubrick’s movies together total 1585 minutes, so it would take roughly 260 years to complete this project.

    • you know whats funny is Douglas Gordon had work at the Vancouver Art Gallery and one piece was Hitchcock’s Psycho screened at I believe 1 frame per minute? (something like that) totally undermining the tension

  • I had a project like that…
    Wanted to put human baby in a glass box to create un cubic dwarf when he grows up, same principle as a bonzai kitten, but it must be against the law…and scientifically impossible too

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  • lapetitefaon

    ahahaha, man, now I really want this wacky pyramid idea to happen! there are pyramids in Mexico (the teotihuacan) that you can walk to the top of!





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