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!
Maurice Tani's song Twisted inspired Los Angeles artist and frequent Now See Hear contributor Angela Durkan to create this photo. The photo prompted two songs: Michael Brondstetter's Cool Katie Dee and Susan Elliott's I Remember Your Face. The latter inspired Angela Durkan to create more art!
Susan Elliott's song I Remember Your Face, which was inspired by a photo by Los Angeles artist Angela Durkan, inspired the selfsame Angela Durkan to create this triptych made of photos mounted on painted paper. This triptych prompted a song by Lorin Hart, also about remembering and in the same key as I Remember Your Face. And thus the snake that is Now See Hear began to eat itself.
Angela Durkan's triptych inspired this song by Lorin Hart. If Lorin's song inspires more art by Angela, we'll know we're stuck in a time loop. Anyway, so far Lorin's song has prompted Brenda Steffensen to make a mosaic.
Michael Brondstetter's song Cool Katie Dee inspired ten-year-old Harlow of Los Angeles to make this color drawing. Harlow's drawing prompted the song It All Lies Ahead Of You Now by Laura Hall.
Harlow's color drawing inspired this song by Laura Hall, who has written at least one more song for Now See Hear and is well known as the keyboard player for the long-runnning TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Laura's song prompted Patrick McGowan to create a photograph.
Laura Hall's song It All Lies Ahead Of You Now inspired Southern California's Patrick McGowan, frequent Now See Hear contributor, to create this image. #patrickmcgowanphotography