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!
The Better Halves' song Kentucky Fried Pickin' inspired these baked goods by Dawn Mundy from the Kansas City area--the first edible things created for Now See Hear. They prompted two songs: Wes Weddell's Grab-and-Go and Penelope Salinger's Moon Pie.
Dawn Mundy's baked goods inspired this song by Seattle's Wes Weddell, whose song Got Out Some is the "seed song" for a different NSH thread. This song prompted a photograph by Robbie Kaye and a paintagraph by Dangeruz.
Wes Weddell's song Grab-and-Go inspired this paintagraph called "What's Aunt Marg Making?" by Los Angeles artist Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella. The artwork prompted Ynana Rose's song Get It While It's Hot.
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.
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.
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").
Tracy Newman's song Me And My Red-Headed Raggedy Doll inspired this watercolor by Winthrop, Washington photographer and artist Anne Young. Anne has at least one more artwork in the project.
Wes Weddell's song Grab-and-Go inspired this photograph, called "Fire Road, Happy Canyon," by Southern California artist Robbie Kaye. Robbie's photo prompted the song Headed For Monday by Kray Van Kirk.
Robbie Kaye's photo "Fire Road, Happy Canyon" inspired this song by Kray Van Kirk of California's Bigfoot country. Kray's song prompted cqcreations to make a collage and Patrick McGowan to shoot a photo.
Kray Van Kirk's song Headed For Monday inspired this collage by Bay Area artist cqcreations; it's called "Right to Assemble." cqcreations currently has a total of four works in the project, which have so far inspired eight new songs. Wow!
Kray Van Kirk's song Headed For Monday inspired this photo by Southern California photographer Patrick McGowan (#patrickmcgowanphotography), whose work is found on at least four threads in NSH. He's a photographing monster.
Dawn Mundy's baked good inspired this song by Penelope Salinger, which is now found on her album Joy in the Journey. The song prompted Donna Lynn Caskey to make a collage. (Which prompted Lois Blaisch to write a completely different "Moon Pie" song.)
Penelope Salinger's song Moon Pie inspired Ventura, California musician Donna Lynn Caskey to create a piece of art: this collage. Donna has also created music for NSH. Her collage prompted another song with "Moon Pie" in the title--My Little Moon Pie by Lois Blaisch. Penelope and Lois were working independently and didn't realize each was writing a song about a child named Moon Pie. That's why this project is like a game of telephone.
Donna Lynn Caskey's collage inspired this song by Los Angeles musician Lois Blaisch. She didn't suspect that Donna's collage was inspired by a song called Moon Pie by Penelope Salinger. Lois's song, captured here live in a partial recording, prompted a painting by Nancy Payton.