Sunday, May 5, 2013

Sunday inspiration

Happy Sunday, friends!

Today's inspiration comes from spray paint artist Brandon McConnell. He creates his paintings in one minute or less—something you need to see to believe. For more information on McConnell and to check out more of his art, visit his Web site, found here.



Wishing you all an inspiring Sunday. ☺

38 comments:

  1. spellbound..spray painting art looks so difficult to do but how easily he does it Incredible..very talented painter..Thanks for sharing..Dana Smiles:))Wishing u a lovely day..GOD<3U

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    1. It's pretty amazing, isn't it? :)

      Happy Sunday to you as well.

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  2. That is awesome!! I really like the finished picture too...

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  3. Seriously? That is so amazing! How in the world did he ever learn to do that?

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    1. Talent and practice, I'm sure. :)

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  4. Wow not sure what to say, quite amazing.

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    1. It really is one of those things you have to see to believe. :)

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    1. I hope you had a good one, Adam. :)

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  6. Wow...that WAS fast...I think he has practiced! I sure hope that motor noise in the back ground was an exhaust fan and that he wears a mask! Happy Sunday afternoon to you. It's a nice day in Texas...no wind.

    Sue CollectInTexasGal
    Savannah~My Ancestor Ghost Writer

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    1. I was thinking the same thing about the fumes!

      Thanks. I hope you had a nice Sunday, too.

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  7. Somehow I feel my talent for wearing the letters off keyboards doesn't quite measure up to this! :-) I'm definitely impressed!

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  8. The mechanics look easy but the art part is hard for most. For sure I don't have artistic talent though I wish did.

    I am sorry for being soooo late in returning your 6WS. With it's 57 comments I decided I should come here.
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    1. I also wish I had that kind of talent.

      Thanks for stopping by, Jim. Have a great week!

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  9. Ive seen this guy in action before...very cool.

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    1. I'd love to see him in person. :)

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  10. Oh I'm gonna try that. Not. How do people imagine stuff like this?

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    1. LOL I have no idea. I just wish my brain worked that way.

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  11. Wow that's almost impossible to fathom! It's amazing how many gifted people there are in this world.

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  12. That was superb. The ability to see in his mind what he wants and translate it to paint is a remarkable talent.

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    1. It's a talent I wish I had.

      Happy Monday!

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  13. That is a most interesting artist. Thanks for sharing the experience.

    Yesterday, inspiring? Ah, no. I slept for 13.5 hours (or a bit more). That's what I do when I'm feeling really depressed.

    Hope you have a wonderful week, Dana.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!
    Bears Noting
    Life in the Urban Forest (poetry)

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    1. I'm sorry, friend. I hope today is better for you. *hugs*

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  14. That's insane! I wonder if he has to practice? I wonder if he can teach me his magical abilities to create gorgeous art like that?

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  15. Wow!amazingly good! thanks for sharing, Dana:)

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    1. You're welcome, Melgie! Happy Tuesday. :)

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