Jan Seides's song Balance inspired this digital artwork by Los Angeles artist Brett Jackson (@LiveActionAttractions), which makes me think of the illustration style popular in books and magazines when I was growing up. Way to evoke, Brett!
Aireene Espiritu's song Put Back Charlie inspired Los Angeles artist Robyn Roth (Instagram @RadRobyn) to make this painting, which in turn prompted Jan Seides and John Roy Zat to write songs.
Jan Seides' song Found Again inspired photographer Rolf E. Hesse of Ventura, California to create this portrait, entitled Please Take Me Back, Sugar. The irresistible photo prompted Nick Smith to write and tell a story, and Joe Matzzie to compose a song.
Jan Seides' song Found Again inspired fabric artist Audre Brokes of Philadelphia to create this piece. Audre's earlier fabric art for NSH, which you can find in The Thread With Fish And Soap, has so far inspired four songs. This piece prompted a story from Auntmama.
Robyn Roth's painting inspired this song by Jan Seides, who has created several songs and and a rag doll as part of Now See Hear. Found Again prompted Rolf E. Hesse to make a photo and Audre Brokes to make fabric art.
Jack Brown's song Hot inspired this digital slide show by San Francisco Bay-area artist Joel Klein. Joel's artwork prompted a song from Jan Seides; click here to see the music video she made using Joel's art.
Dangeruz's paintagraph "What's Aunt Marg Making?" inspired this song by singer-songwriter Ynana Rose of San Luis Obispo, California. Ynana's song prompted Jan Seides to create a doll.
Jan Seides, one of NSH's most prolific contributors, made a doll that inspired this song by Tracy Newman, another of NSH's most prolific contributors (three songs so far plus a "seed song").
Ynana Rose's song Get It While It's Hot inspired Jan Seides of Austin to create this doll. Jan is also a musician and has created at least three songs for NSH. Her doll prompted Tracy Newman's song Me And My Red Headed Raggedy Doll.