As much as I'd love to offer some insight into this creation I feel it would betray both the spirit of surrealism and my belief of "let the bricks do the talking" to talk about it much on a conceptual level. I hope you enjoy it!
Also, if any of you are going to BrickCon, I look forward to meeting you there!
Thanks for the kind words, everyone. The category pushed me in strange ways and actually gave me inspiration to try some other things with strings and whatnot. In the end, the best MOC won. And I dare say it was a shoe in. Congrats to Tyler.
This was another tough choice for me, Alex. In the end, I've given my vote to Tyler. Nevertheless, this was a great entry, and a really well executed MOC for the subject you were stuck with. Though, you don't move on to the next round - nice work all the same!
Alex, it's a shock to see you out so early, but such is the level of competition this year. I love how you created an original piece and a fantastic one at that! It truly is a joy to look at and is a glowing example of art meets LEGO. Hold your head high, buddy, you lost to an equally impressive piece of work, no shame in that.~H
Mr. Fojtik, You did an excellent job capturing the essence of this category. I appreciate the thought that went into your build; very creative. In the end, my vote went to your opponent. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. ~Dave
Wow! I really like how the two sides are different colors and the whole build is just awesome. The crescent moon looks very cool and the clouds look very real. This is a very nice interpretation of your category. 5/5 good luck!