He sees you more than you could know
In his chair at night, he can’t clear his mind
Silence hurts, no-distractions-ache
Then he gets the call and he drives for miles
You won’t remember but he wanted you
He’d like to tell you that he wanted you
He sees you but you don’t see him
In your bed…
You will know when they go ‘cause they’ll never light up the silence
And your heart just sighed
You won’t know when it’s time ‘cause the days don’t warn you that way
And your heart just dies
Somebody longs for you
Maybe they’re wrong for you
Somebody waits for you
Maybe too long for you
Bad Suns - Salt
- Swoosh on Narcissus (1881) by Gyula Benczúr (1844-1920).
- Swoosh on The Wave (1896) by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905).
- Swoosh on Rene-Charles Dassy and His Brother Jean-Baptiste-Claude Amede Dassy (1850) by Jean-Hippolyte Flandrin (1809 - 1864).
- Swoosh on Ajax and Cassandra (1886) by Joseph Solomon (1860-1927).
In some of the images, the logo becomes an absurd object held comically by mythical and religious figures, while in others, it cheekily interrupts dramatic scenes. Davide Bedoni uses other Nike trademarks with the same humorous flair: 18th and 19th century bourgeois figures seem to encourage people to ”Just Do It,” as if advertising their notoriously decadent lifestyle. As far as we can see from his more recent Tumblr activity, Bedoni’s Swoosh Art has now taken the streets as well, in the form of large posters pasted all over walls and billboards.