Below are all the songs, stories and artworks that have sprouted from this thread so far. Click on any image to dive in. When viewing an image, scroll down to see the info below it. All songs and images are copyrighted by their respective creators. No being a jerk!
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.
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.
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.
Rolf E. Hesse's portrait called Please Take Me Back, Sugar inspired storyteller Nick Smith to come up with this one. Nick's stories can be found in other NSH threads as well. Apologies Incorporated prompted Mark McCracken to draw a cartoon.
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.
John Roy Zat's song Well Well Well inspired craftsperson Carol Levis of Waterloo, Ontario to make this coaster, which incorporates the flag and the infinity emblem of the Métis, recognized as one of Canada's aboriginal peoples. The symbols were recognized by Dan Frechette, who used Carol's coaster as the inspiration for a song.