Saturday, November 6, 2010

BIG NEWS - WLCoWSVoWLT on Conan!

Big News from the World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things!  For the past month, we've been talking to a producer for the new Conan show, working up images and videos to pitch an appearance. 
 
After arriving home from a team presentation to an Arts Alliance in Kansas City, I found a message saying "Yes!  Conan loved it!"  So, the WLCoWSVoWLT will be traveling out to LA in December to be a part of the show...
 
Whoop whoop whoop whoopity whoop!  It was exciting even before the "Yes!", as the producer said the collection was a big hit at the office (blush), but now, we're cookin' with heat.  I'll keep you posted on actual film date (you could be part of the studio audience!!!) and air date as soon as we iron out details. 
 
Until then, keep on Living Large!  And small...  Couldn't do it without the support of all of you, Family, Friends, and WLT Members.  Thanks for believing in the stories behind Roadside Vernacular Architecture!!!
 
-Erika Nelson, Director
World's Largest Things, Inc.
 
(photo from the Team Coco website, of fan Allison Hoffman's awesome Yarn Blimp. Glad to see they appreciate the handmade and the quirky!)

11 comments:

Frank said...

Holy CRAP, that's awesome!!

World's Largest Things, Inc. said...

That's almost the exact same thing that ran through my head when I read the first introductory email... Thanks, Frank!

Anonymous said...

I am soooooooo proud of you and happy! You do such amazing things!!!
Would love to be in the audience!

Princess Pee said...

Whoops!! Last comment was from me!

MJ Allen: said...

Erika, that is fantastic! I'm so happy for you!! You are officially the coolest person I know.

Way to go!

World's Largest Things, Inc. said...

Thanks, Maggie! You da' Coolest in my book...

Becky said...

Awesome news! Congrats!!!

j r d said...

great job

Nancy Jo said...

Erika, This is AMAZING. I'm so happy for you.
Nancy Jo

Ryan said...

just watched you on Conan, you were great!

--Ryan from Ohio

Nikhil said...

Hi Erika. Just watched you on Conan. You were pretty funny and the stuff was cool. Keep up the crazy, but fun work!