Every now and again, some gold comes through the mailbox at ye olde Bon Scott Blog. Here’s a case in point – Lee an artist who is 35% through the process of crocheting an image of Bon and Angus in full flight. Amazing work, Lee!
Here’s Lee’s fabulous dramatisation of the work in progress (right) as compared with how it will be when it’s finished (left):
In other words, a slow reveal from bottom to top. Lee, we look forward to further updates as the work moves along!
(I reproduce Lee’s email to me below)
Fellow Acca Dacca fan from Canberra here!
I stumbled across your blog after a bit of surfing and think it’s wonderful that fans such as yourself are commited to preserving all that is Bon and keeping us up to date on any happenings!
I just thought i’d drop you a note to say “well done!” on the site and to let you know that i’m doing my part in keeping Bon’s spirit and memory alive and well!
I’m a fiber artist and work with wool to create crocheted portraits and when I spotted the pic of Bon & Angus at the Marquee, London, 1976 in the book ‘AC/DC Maximum Rock & Roll’ by Murray Englehart – straight away I thought it would make a great piece!
I’m only 35% of the way in but it’s shaping up quite nicely!
It measures just over a metre wide, and when it’s finished I dare say it will be around 2 metres high!
Hope this finds you well and once again, cracking site!!
UPDATE! 24 November 2009:
The crochet Bon/Angus has now reached 50% completion!
[UPDATE! It’s finished! see here…]