Empty Snow Globes: The Gift of Nothing
jeremy | December 20, 2012 | Design, industrial, popjects | 4 Comments
For those who aren’t inspired by Snow Cones, there’s this: a hand-held hamster ball of nothing.
Nothing, for the person who has everything.
Congratulations! You have received the gift of nothing. Absolutely nothing. This is the ultimate in minimalism. Less is more, more is less. Nothing is precious. Nothing is simple. Nothing is sacred. Open the pack and be enthralled when nothing happens. Allow nothing to flow through your mind and calm your soul. Savor the moment. Soon you’ll discover that nothing really is so much better than something.
The gift of nothing is available wherever nothing is sold.
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I gave one of these to the top boss in my office, the guy who earned about 5-6 times what I do for about 1/10th of the work. He’s the guy who can afford to buy whatever he wants, and has very little personality or evident hobbies. It was a ‘secret Santa’ gift, and it went down like a lead balloon attached to the titanic.
He looked as though someone had castrated him – he didn’t get the joke at all and was totally offended. He was leaving early that day, and when he did, he left in a bit of a huff, without even saying goodbye or wishing anyone happy Christmas.
It was awesome.
Ha ha Sam! That is awesome.
@Sam, you just won a laughter inducing contest that’s been running since Halloween. Good show!
If you see this, email me your address. Elsewise, I’ll follow up with you!
Oh! Thank you! The last time I won something was when A Bug’s Life was coming out and I drew Flik better than all the other kids for a competition run by the Bank I had just opened an account with. I won an A Bug’s Life pencil tin, eraser, pencil, sharpener and notebook, along with an awesome figure of Flik (all of which I still have). I will drop you a DM requesting your email address, as a quick search on your site turned up no results (sorry if I missed it!)
Thank you again! I would like to thank the Mayans for making today interesting, and the Machine Elves for not taking us all away just yet. And I would like to thank all of the Gods and all my fans and most importantly you!