Contents: Ink & pencil drawing & greaseproof paper
Released into wild: 25/4/11 at 23.54
General Location: Clifton, Bristol
Status: Found by Mark Higson
Things that are not good on a Jar Walk: insects flying up my nose!
This hasn’t happened to me whilst releasing jars before, this evening it happened not once, but twice. Apparently my left nostril was the place to be if you were a Clifton moth tonight. Weird.
This is another jar that plays around with the idea of obscuring the contents slightly. I do like the muted, softening effect of the greaseproof paper over the drawing.
Thanks to the Curbly blog for mentioning the jars in this lovely round up of DIY uses for jars – apparently I’m a bit ‘on trend’ at the moment. Who knew?
I was delighted to be mentioned on the Flavorpill blog too. I especially liked this bit:
“We wish we lived in Bristol so that we could be on the lookout for Hall’s charming art jars – it’s like an Easter egg hunt every day, only instead of chocolate bunnies, you find art.”