Creative Break—Travel to a Surreal Virtual World

glass artCheck out the Good Things Should Never End site: it’s interactive, creative, surreal, definitely a good Friday afternoon time waster.

I can’t quite decide if I like it, but I’ve gone there twice and found myself slightly mesmerized.  So I’ll let you decide for yourselves.  But don’t stop before you reach the guitar-playing plant—especially if you have sound. Let me know what you think.

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4 Responses to “Creative Break—Travel to a Surreal Virtual World”


  1. 1 slacker-chick August 8, 2009 at 4:37 pm

    That was surreal! Quite mesmerizing — even more so if I ever took acid!

  2. 3 K a b l o o e y August 18, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    Is that a Chihuli? I like the picture more than the virtual world.


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