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If you need a HAPPY THOUGHT for your Friday afternoon, check out this inspiration of a creation from the oh-so-amazing Paul Giovis. Completed passionately in tribute to Steven Speilberg’s Hook, this masterpiece is complete with Rufio, Mr. Smee and the Boo Box.

“Hook taught me the meaning of growing up. In the movie ‘growing up’ is used as a metaphor for those who get older and forget what is really important and what makes YOU happy. Art is my ‘happy thought’ and it is my goal through life to never lose creativity. No matter the person, everyone has a passion for something. There are just too many individuals that just get caught up in work and the messy parts of life and forget what really matters, personal happiness. Although the films message is to never grow up, we all know it’s inevitable. It’s just how you go about it. Do what makes you happy and don’t lose your marbles.”

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Process video, All Grown-Ups are Pirates, by Alex Trimpe:

Home run, Jack…I mean Paul 😉

Come see other works of Paul Giovis at Spring Flea this Sunday at Seventh Son Brewing!

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About Columbus Flea

Columbus Flea organizes four annual Fleas: Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall! ***All Fleas feature your friends from the neighborhood and throughout central Ohio selling a wide variety of handmade jewelry, original artwork, antiques, vintage clothing, quality records, unique crafts, and much, much more. ***THE NEXT FLEA IS WINTER FLEA! Sunday, February 5, 2017*** To receive more information: columbusflea@gmail.com.
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