“To Whom It May Concern…” Product description form the 3eyesart web store.An Open letter To Life, Signed To Whom It May Concern…
Hardback | Paperback Edition (Shown)
1 paperback edition of: An Open letter To Life, Signed To Whom It May Concern…
2 Postcards: Question Everything Optical Illusion (2015), Event Post Card (2015)
1 3EYES Sticker Pack: Current 2015 stickers – While Supplies last!
“To Whom It May Concern: Takes the reader through a journey through the mind of a modern creative. Brad waves his unique perspective on life, satire, struggle, triumph, and raw feeling. “Its like if Yanni played Nine Inch Nails style music with kazoos or if Chino Moreno wrote children’s books.” His take on the human form and passion epitomizes the heart and soul of what creativity can be within his allegory called “An Open letter To Life, Signed To Whom It May Concern…”
JulieAnne Cross –
“I’ve never seen a heart in paper form before.
“The words in this literary piece of art cycle through so many emotions and envelopes feelings we can all relate to – love, hate, empathy, fear, admiration, victory – that we all experience through our conquests and failures in life. This book really tells the story of an artist and human being with such heartfelt conviction. It’s pure bravery.”
A cornucopia of gargantuan intellectual introspection of existential quandaries. Plus pretty pictures. Take the blue pill or the red pill. Just watch the first step down that rabbit hole. What did I just read? WWWWTF #leavingitallonthetable/book
“Vivid postmodern musings of life, loss, art, and love.”
If you are going to write a book, you need to make it cry”
“When I was a child in English classes, one of my teachers always told us to, every chapter or few pages or so, put the book down and reflect on whatever we’d just read. It was great advice — that I almost never take. I breeze through books and by the time I’m done can barely remember the tiny details. But with this one, I find myself continually forced to focus on details, on very specific words and feelings, continually forced to stop reading and forced to reflect, not only what I have just read, but on my life, my thoughts, the world in general. And then I am similarly forced to pick it up and continue reading, constantly thinking. “Stream of consciousness” gets a bad rap, but when it’s real and holds a soul it just makes sense; the end to beginning is the same and a separate story; you can follow and hope to understand the thoughts and feelings of another, and that is pure magic.”
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