spencer project


101 Reasons To Ship Spoby Video Project

As of late, things in the spoby fandom have been kind of bleak, so I wanted to do something to lift our spirits a bit. I want to make a video showcasing 101 reasons to ship spoby! If you are unfamiliar with these types of videos, here are some done with other ships that other people have made: 

From what I have seen, no one has made a complete 101 reasons video for spoby yet and I want to change that! However, I need your help! I want this video to represent the entire spoby fandom, and maybe even get some of the cast/crew to see the final result (yeah, wishful thinking, I know, but a girl can dream!). 


  • Send in some reasons of why you ship spoby (such as: favorite moments, quotes, how their relationship developed over time, etc.) to my ask box 
  • You can send reasons on anon, but if you want your url mentioned at the end of the video, then don’t send your reasons on anon. Like I said, I want this video to be a representation of all of us, not just my opinions.
  • You can send in as many reasons as you would like, and I will try to include as many as possible! 
  • If you would like to see my other videos, to get an idea of how this video might look, you can visit my youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/ParcyLove01 

Lastly…if you could please help spread the word about this project, I would greatly appreciate it! Spread it to other websites or just on tumblr! Even if you don’t ship spoby, it would be awesome if you could please help spread this to others who do! I want this to involve as many of you as possible and I plan for this to be the longest, most detailed video I have ever made. Thank you so much in advance, and I really hope you will consider helping me out with this project! -Sarah <3     


K. Bennett, courtesy of Spencer Finch

Art Matters

For Its Next Big Project, Creative Time Heads to Central Park

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One hundred women posed nude for an art installation near the site of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. 

The women carried large mirrors that they shone in the direction of the convention, as a way to reflect “the knowledge and wisdom of progressive women”. 

The artist behind the project, Spencer Tunick, said the installation was also a way for women and minorities to positively channel “their anger through art against the hateful repressive rhetoric of many in the Republican party”.

Binder’s actually coming together really well. My dad just went out to get ink for both printers (it’s gonna be EXPENSIVE) but you should all thank my dad. Hopefully I can get all the pics printed, I’ve already got all the letters in. 

If anyone else wants to send in a letter/message/note to Spencer, you can still do that tonight. That’s easy enough for me to handle in black and white.

Thanks so much to everyone for submitting. Spencer’s gonna really love it.