YOU CAN (NOT) REPLAY

 

  • What is this person doing?
  • Are the piano and the cogs in the background connected?
  • Why is the person glowing?
  • What do you think the title means? What if the title was ‘You Can Replay’? How does ‘not’ change the meaning? Why is ‘not’ in brackets?
  • How could you link this picture and its title to the idea of life and death?
  • Do you know of any other books or films about a piano? Link to, and compare with, The Piano, Monkey Symphony and The Bear and The Piano.

 

Credit: Yuumei
www.yuumeiart.com – not all images are suitable for children

 

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11 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 12:58h, 21 February Reply

    Its beautiful

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 11:51h, 01 March Reply

    is this manga

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 19:44h, 24 October Reply

      No, I don’t think this is manga. Manga is read from right to left. This is probably Japanese-inspired art, but not manga.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 19:27h, 03 March Reply

    It ‘s nice

  • Alice
    Posted at 11:03h, 09 April Reply

    its amazing

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 02:56h, 12 October Reply

      I know

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 13:32h, 09 May Reply

    Amazing i love it

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 01:15h, 10 May Reply

    oh yeah

  • PinkMuffins
    Posted at 22:04h, 19 August Reply

    Melissa walked up the steps of the Great Clocktoeer listening to the graceful music of a piano. It was like a lullaby. When she reached the top, she gasped. “Simon?!” She cried. The boy on the piano turned around d and smiled.

    “I can’t stop playing a tune, that’s why I can get away with humming at school.” He said, “because I’m a timekeeper. I keep the beat of time even. You also have Coco, Andrew and Hailey, the other timekeepers. Coco protects life, Andrew protects home and Hailey protects the Great Clock.”

  • Stuff
    Posted at 04:51h, 23 October Reply

    Anyone thinking of anime here?

  • Stuff
    Posted at 04:51h, 23 October Reply

    Deep

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