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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Custom Aqua-Art by Michael Rossini & Daughter

These charming pieces of homemade Aqua-art come from our newest F.O.A.M. member Michael Rossini!

Michael sent the Shrine several items as his F.O.A.M. application, but these original pieces--done in conjunction with his daughter--really caught my eye. Here's how Michael described the circumstances of their creation:

"My daughter overheard [Mike writing an email to the Shrine] and wanted some arts and craft time. So we colored an Aquaman picture together and then cut out and taped an Aquaman on a pirate ship (all her idea). They my not be the best but what is the best is that I spent all day with my daughter (who is my world) telling her Aquaman stories. So because of you, this email and my attempt for F.O.A.M., I had the best time in my life and I will always look back on it and smile."

Can't think of a more worthy way to be inducted into F.O.A.M. than that. Thanks for the wonderful email Michael, and welcome to F.O.A.M.!


Unknown said...

Oh Flat Stanley, where will appear next?

Wings1295 said...

Hey! Those are awesome! Should Michael's daughter get an honorary F.O.A.M. membership, as well?

And Ryan's comment made me think of something: Would a Flat Aquaman travelling the world from fan to fan be a good idea?