Tuesday, August 21, 2007

The most complex/romantic marriage proposal ever?

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Here's a romantic video of a marriage proposal created by George Aye that built around an elaborate gallery opening...... Congratulations! You did a great job.

George Aye, a designer from Chicago - originally from Surrey decided to propose in a more elaborate way, with the help of an art gallery, some computer modelling, a laser cutter and an awful lot of foam core.

He proposed to his girlfriend, Sara Cantor, a planner at another design firm, at a fake opening party on Friday, in Chicago art gallery 40000. The gallery was exhibiting the work of non-existent artist 'Serge Gandaora' – actually an anagram of 'George and Sara'.

The artwork – actually made by Aye himself – was a complex, abstract piece featuring a large number of unusual white shapes on poles, called My Early Muir Owl. The artwork just looked like a collection of random shapes… except when viewed from one angle, where it spelled out 'Will you marry me?'

For tradition's sake, Aye went down on one knee as well – and he was rewarded when Sara said yes. And now that his video's become a hit, the happy couple have been on the receiving end of well-wishers from around the world.

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