Manifesto again:

For the second theorist/manifesto we must choose to study I picked the song “Everybody’s free (to wear sunscreen)” by Baz Luhmann.

Although the original lyrics come from the ‘commencement speech’ written by Mary Schmich in a Chicago Tribute as a collumn in 1997. The article is what Mary Schmich would use as graduation speech, giving advice, “which has no more reliable than my own[Mary Schmich]¬†meandering experience”.

Th most obvious form of art to take from a song is typography; a quick google search lead to a mound of different styles that the style can take. Their are varying colour, shapes, style of letters, in different sizes.


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