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Award winner GuGu E. Michaels on Incubated.

"My brother had won a bicycle, a small bicycle, at a local convenience store, like for a raffle, a drawing, where you put this paper in and pull the number out. And I remember him telling me that he had won the bicycle with a drawing. I thought that meant he did a drawing and got a bicycle."

Matthew Cunningham (The Suicide Squad, Space Jam 2, Godzilla: King of The Monsters, Doom Patrol, Aquaman, GI Joe: Retaliation, Source Code, Star Trek: Picard, Westworld)

Part 2 of the interview at Horror Tree. They still have my name as Daniel White Scott in the URL. Oh, those silly people...

"Eddie Kramer produced one song. (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin) It was funny because when he came in, he tweaked every piece of hardware in the studio, and the studio guys ran around taking pictures of all the settings. They’d never heard the tone like that in there before."

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If you're familiar with Christo and Jeanne-Claude, you'll find this story interesting. The author got permission to write this and the engineering team worked out the details of the exhibit for him, although the art in the story was never actually constructed. It's interesting that Christo and Jeanne-Claude gave their approval of a fictitious work of art in a work of fiction.

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