I PUT LIAM DALY'S live streaming artwork on our dashboard while traveling on Ireland's motorway today, not knowing if the battery power on my Sony Xperia would handle the two-hour challenge.
I'm sending this short blog post upstream via O2-Ireland while two kids in the back seat pass on-screen Liam around and wonder. They wonder what he is painting and try to guess before the final product emerges. They wonder why he makes some sky red and other skies orange and fewer skies blue. They look outside at grey when I explain artists colour things.
They also wonder how he cleans his arms because they are splattered with paint. And they worry that paint will get into Liam's tea cup.
I expect to make an Audioboo when we flatten our mobile phone batteries, asking the kids what they've learned about eolai_paint on Justin.tv. From my seat, it's mesmerising and I suspect the 48 others on the stream think it is a fascinating use of streaming social media.
He is online through the evening Angelus on Saturday, November 16th and worth seeing on screen while streaming.
[Bernie Goldbach got wind of Liam Daly's #100paintings1day while reading the Bicylistic web feed.]