Lol@you.com if you think there are easels and pastel paints in the heart of Nebraska. Cows are what there are, and finally, farmers are using them as a medium of self-expression in a new art from called Cow Art.
Lol@you.com if you think there are easels and pastel paints in the heart of Nebraska. No; cows are what there are, and finally, farmers are using them as a medium of self-expression in a new art from called #CowArt.
Farmer Derek Klingenberg is heading up the ungulate art revolution, on a mission to do for cattle what Robert Smithson did for massive rock arrangements.
In the video below, you can witness his mastery as he herds a group of mooing quadrupeds into a emoji-worthy smiley face using nothing but a feed truck and a drone. You can really feel the depth of soul he poured into this cow arrangement.
No wonder our steak tasted like Rembrandt last night!
But when middle Americans like farmer Derek aren't creating masterpieces with bovine assistance, they're making farm-flavored parodies of Ylvis's "What Does the Fox Say?" and other pop parodies to serenade their herds with. Different, but equally important in today's culturally-starved heartland, no?
It's this kind of creative farmland innovation that explains why rural destinations like Kansas City are currently being wired for Google Fiber high-speed internet while the rest of the country, particularly art hotspots like LA, New York, and San Francisco, still have to wait four hours for their episode of MasterChef to download.