>Blue Meanies Attack!

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The infamous beaded Yellow Submarine hijack of 1968 is the most logical explanation for all of this anti-music…

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Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine pop art Boston London bead embroidery Pepperland Hijack Beading magatamas

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Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine painting pop art London Pepperland Hijack sea of whales Blue Meanies beading

Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine painting pop art London Pepperland Hijack sea of whales Blue Meanies beading

The Hijack
24″ x 36″
(beaded submarine – 17.5″ x 11″)
glass seed beads, acrylics

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35 thoughts on “>Blue Meanies Attack!

  1. >Ya know, I’ve tried a couple of times to leave a comment – I couldn’t not tell you how excited I am to see another successfull project!! Love the painting, love the Beatles up on the corner, standing on their patch of colour! Love the whales, oh I really like them!! Smiling ferriously! [sp]I think you must be smiling!!!!Oh that sub is amazing!!!Cheers, Denise

  2. >What a great way to include the Beatles……I am soooooooooo glad you decided to put them in. It just seems so appropriate and makes it all gel together.

  3. >It’s done already? Yeah, it may have taken 10 weeks but for those of us watching it grow it went by pretty quickly – or is it because time seems to fly faster as I get older? HmmmI love it. It came out really, really well. Congratulations on a great job done!

  4. >It’s absoulutly fantastic! I love the painted background it just brings each of your beaded works of Art together. I would so love to see it in person LB

  5. >It’s amazing. I stared for I don’t know how long at all the textures in the thingy on top of the submarine. Always a joy to visit your page.

  6. >Haha. They are the same whales that were in the original film. Only with sharp teeth. Despite the smiles on their faces, they aren’t happy about the Blue Meanies hijacking the sub.

  7. >The painting is just right now. I see why you wanted the whales as they are and they look great, or were they sharks, I forgot. Neat work no matter what.

  8. >D,What a ‘MAGICAL’ Achievement! Your work and your stories are alway enchanting! I think your paint job and the whole piece turned out phenomenal! Can’t wait to see what is next from your creative mind! Happy weekend and Easter! Find a little peace just for you with your accomplishment. Keep Pursuing Art!!!

  9. >It really is wonderful. I like the Beatles standing on the edge, and that they are in black and white. I saw the movie when I was very little a long time ago (one of the few times it was on tv), but I remember so little about it. Hmmm….must check Blockbuster’s inventory and see if I can order it. Congratulations on another finished work of art.

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