Monday, April 7, 2014
Serendipity Leads to a "Heraldry" Discovery
I clicked on a link the other day that stated "You must watch this amazing guy playing Star Wars on a pipe organ." I did, and it was. But while watching Jelani Eddington play the Star Wars Symphonic Suite on a Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theater pipe organ (located at the Place de la Musique, a private museum in Barrington, Illinois), I noticed the following bit of "sort-of" heraldry:
It's pretty clear that it's not a "real" coat of arms. Still, though, I thought that it was once again proof that you can find heraldry everywhere. Even when you're just clicking on a link to see an extremely talented artist playing on an extremely versatile musical instrument.
If you'd like to see this bit of on-line video, and see a bit of heraldic decorative art at the same time, you can do so at http://sploid.gizmodo.com/you-must-watch-this-amazing-guy-playing-star-wars-in-a-1553117363?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow