big cans as percussion instruments

photo: fast forward

A while back, our friend Fast Forward showed us images of his recent trip to Hong Kong; many are annotated in true Fastian (or is it Forward-ian?) style, which show HIS unique way of seeing things, as an experimental/culinarian composer/artist . Beat-up drums full of something – cooking oil, perhaps – become “percussion instruments” in his eyes. We especially love these potentially chic “seaweed scarves”

seaweed scarves, Fast Forward 2
photo: Fast Forward

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