August 03, 2005
The 250 Hats of Moses
Moses had a vision. An infectious, glorious vision. Of hats. Paper hats. Carefully crafted out of paper bags, painstackingly twisted, tied and glued together. Moses is the kind of man who, like the Moses of old, blows with the wind. His home – a Chevy van. His studio – the project room of the local library. And is it any suprise that Moses considers himself, "the luckiest guy in the world?" Lucky, of course, because after ten long years, he has gifted the world with over 250 unparalleled paper hats.
Meanwhile, the rest of us must be satisfied with paper hats of the conventional variety.
(via: Paper Forest)
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