“Keeping these pinball machines looking their best requires Ashley Ludwig to be part wizard and part artist.”
Starting at about 55 seconds or so into this video, my eyes went crazy from the colors.
Here is a way to introduce the game of pinball to today’s youth. This just screams to be presented at schools as an art or science project. STEM, anyone?
Check out this giant pinball machine made of everyday household items!
Featuring real and modified pinball machines that will “dance” along with the performers.
Check out Dan Burfield and his art presentation: TILTCYCLE: A PINBALL REVIVAL to be presented at Studio 2091.
Pinball, bones and animal skins: Howie Tsui’s wonderful horrors of the War of 1812. Yay, art!