Call me, Sheep



These are Jean-Luc Cornec's sheep made of rotary telephones from the Museum of Telecommunication in Frankfurt. I keep being amazed at the ideas which can arrive to some peoples minds and how enormously creative they can be..!

If I ever count sheep to fall asleep - my sheep will be special :)

6 comments:

Floss said...

Incredible! You probably don't know this, but I am a real fan of sheep...

jane said...

this is outrageous! love it. happy weekend olga!

Diatton said...

Amazing photo, really amazing! Have a nice Sunday Olga (eventhough there is too much cold all over Europe)...

Viagens pelo Mundo said...

Olga,
These are really countable sheeps. What an original exhibition!

By the way…I know how much you are found of Van Gogh’s work. I’ve been in Amsterdam in December and I could admire its paintings, they are fantastic. Once I’m in a very traveling mood (with lots of crazy plans for this year) I remembered to make you a crazy challenge:

Did you know that the largest Van Gogh exhibition to be held in Britain in over 40 years was opened to the public TODAY at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.It will be opened until April 18Th 2010. Do you wanna go there for a weekend and see it? Are there any cheap flights from Gdansk to London? If there are we could go and meet there for a nice weekend in London. Will you go for it? And we could see the Van Gogh’s exhibition, to eat on a nice restaurant and maybe to go to the Opera or to see a show. There are lots of them. What about? I love surprises so…surprise me and let’s go:)! We’ll met there! LOve you TI

Olga said...

TI, challenge accepted :) Such a great idea! I checked out the Royal Academy website just now - amazing..! And there are lots of Gdansk-London cheap flights :D

Viagens pelo Mundo said...

YESS!
I love SURPRISES!!!!!
Let's GO!!!
What a great weekend we'll have. Let me check the Shows cause I want to add some nice show to our weekend. Have you got any suggestion?
Women are terrific with surprises and I'm now, very much, with that IUPIIII feeling which comes always attached with my travelling spirit. And this year I've got so many plans that I believe 365 days won't be enough.(Russia, Egypt, Alaska, London, Istambul...)
I'm just like you, jumping on my chair...that's the wonderful spirit I've talked you about...no matter what age you are into we are always ready to pick a rock-bag and there we go to another adventure...
Love this spirit!
TI
(Could we start planning more weekends, from now on :) ?)