Money takes the magic out of it…
When I do my monster bubble street art people have a variety of responses. Some people want to know what I but in my solution. Sometimes I give them a sassy answer, “a whole lot of love.” It is actually just soap and water, with some additives. It is hard to sell bubbles or market a service where you get paid to entertain people with soap and water. You cannot objectively discuss bubbles, you must experience them.
In the creative age, everyone wants your attention and everyone has something to sell. People can see reactions and immediately see it as a hit. Monster Bubble Street art is music for the eyes. I would like it to be the new skateboard. Rather than try to protect my formula I would rather make it public (open source). There are many people who entertain others with, “bubbleology”. I am the first to propose a club that combines a chess club that also is a organization devoted to emotional health. Chess is considered by many to be an ego driven competitive pastime. I have the simple belief that bubbles and chess share a synergy, kind of like combining a 501c3 with a YOUtube channel.
Jello biafra’s band “The Dead Kennedys” put out an album “IN GOD WE TRUST, INC”(1981). The b-side of the audio cassette says, “Home taping is killing record industries profits, we left this side blank, so you could help.” I plan on using my media to document my journey in trying to form my organization. THOUGHT BUBBLE CHESS CLUB. It see art as not so much as a business, but a war. In order to know more of this idea, read Stephen Pressfields book, “The War of Art.”
When people would ask me about making bubbles a business I would simply say, “Money takes the magic out of it.” This is because I subscribe to paradoxical thought. CS Lewis was quoted saying, “the difference between evil magic and a miracle, is paying the price.” Money ruins everything. That is why we are priceless. We don’t sell out, because we have no price. Here is the formula. 4 gallons distilled water, 40 ounces dawn dish soap, 14g J-lube, 60 ounces diluted citric acid 0.05% solution. clean bucket.
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