This is just too ace. The music, setting, and subject matter gives it a really calm, relaxing aura... as if I were taking a leisurely stroll through an art gallery...
The way in which this is interactive gave me a personally paced experience that I would have found much less attractive and much more artificial if I would have had to click to scroll (I mean, one could argue that pushing "left" and "right" are equally as artificial, but Strawberry's anthropomorphicly ambling pace kind of shoots this down). I'm not one to click through pictures on the internet, so I really respect your choices in presentation.
Like the real thing!
Wow... that definetly surprised me in a VERY good way. I recognized some of the artwork and tried to figure out the original work without looking at the extra info though most of the times i was unsuccessful due to a small lack of artistic culture.
I loved seeing the more classical artists such as Edvard Munch, Van Gogh, Warhol, Magritte and others, but also Banksy (which i love) and other more modern artists. I was also pleasantly surprised with the artistic quality of many of the colab authors. Cheers and happy clock day!
great idea and great presentation. really tops
Evaerybody did a great job on the art :D
Touring to see the great master pieces turned into clocks guided by the tasty strawberry is a interesting experience of awesome clock art :3.
The really great thing is that these are all based on real works of art that are from history. It was great to put them in chronological order. I keep thinking that modern art (or simply painting) is at a low since the 1970's, so it was awesome to see a lot more recent stuff being featured. I appreciated all the work you guys put into these art pieces. The other animation is nice too, with StrawberryClock walking around. May I wish you a Happy Clock Day as you guys continue to make great things!