James Franco is known for Mr. Green Goblin in Spider Man 1,2 & 3, and Aron Ralston in 127 Hours but it's his new project that will leave you saying to yourself, why didn’t I think of that?
I’m talking about MONA; he has teamed up with Praxis to create what they call non-visible art. This is a museum that uses the imagination, reminding us that we live in two separate worlds like the Matrix or Avatar, which ever you prefer...one world is visible we can taste, see, touch etc. and the other is non visible where everything is in our minds. The artwork is merely a description of words and no images leaving our minds to wonder and create that what we can imagine. Did I mention this artwork is for sale? $20 will get you an invisible sculpture, and $50 will get you a 19th century garment from the imaginary film Red Leaves, well maybe not a 19th century garment per say but a card that gives you full details describing this garment to you, how does that sound? A couple other items that are for sale include the imaginary film Red Leaves its going rate is $25 and up and a full scale steamboat from the imaginary movieRed Leaves is selling for $100 which comes with an invitation to the November 2011 after party, sign me up! Now I know you’re probably wondering, if the money is fake or invisible, well no actually its real, this project has earned over $12,ooo.