Friday, April 18, 2008

gmail art

I was browsing around youtube the other day and I came upon this. Its pretty interesting.. Who would have thought of painting a webpage?! We are becoming to dependent on computers, browsing through many sites each day... But still! I dont know if it would affect you guys as much as it affected me.. I just thought i was something different... really exciting :D.

We paint objects, photos, landscape etc... but the idea of painting a screenshot problably never hit any of us... Wouldnt be that interesting to look at. But it was pretty funny :P

gmail art


Blogger -karen said...

woah jeff!
dude that's soo cool, but haha pointless, because i assume there's not much meaning to doing that other than entertainment? Anyways, you know in the middle when they placed another large plastic thing over their work, was that for measuring purposes? i couldnt' understand any of it cause its' in russian!

9:49 AM  
Blogger jeff said...

I think your talking about the numbers? its the screen on gmail that says how many megabites you have used.. thats why the numbers kept changing. yeah its pretty pointless but its cool cause I posted it :P

7:34 AM  
Blogger Jenn said...

HAHAHAHA. The little cursor was really clever.

But my god, the time it took to do that...

6:05 AM  
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