Thought behind the Thought
It occured to me one day, as I was ironing clothes in the morning, how much effort we put into being dressed right for work every day. We never reuse a soiled shirt that has withstood the rigor of a 9-5 day at work. We clean it and iron it and make it spotless and wrinkle free before we wear it to the office again.
Not so with our minds though! And that is the irony!! Do we bother to wash and clean our mind after a hard day's work? And do we iron it to remove all the wrinkles before beginning another day in it?
Not many people, I believe, do that. We go back to work in our worn, unclean, wrinkled minds more often than not. Wouldn't it be much better if we put as much effort in ironing out the wrinkles of our mind?
About the Art
Wrinkles need not be bad, always. Going by the work produced by the artist in this advertisement, wrinkles can inspire art!
In this commercial for Philips Russia created by DDB Russia, an ad agency, the artist irons fabric into famous works by Great Masters like Vermeer, van Gogh, and Rembrandt. He actually irons wrinkles into fabric to create amazing art!
Girl with the pearl earring : Ironed portrait
Original painting: Girl with the pearl earring by Johannes Vermeer
Van Gogh : Self Portrait : Ironed out art
Original painting : Van Gogh : Self portrait with bandaged ear
Rembrandt : Self Portrait : Ironed out art
Original painting: Rembrandt : Self Portrait
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