My Mom’s Motorcycle

Here at Silo Number Seven, stories are a big deal — be it hour-long epics or 5-minute shorts. I came across this Wes Anderson-esque video and I started thinking about how we live in a digital vacuum compared to the tangible reality that generations before us lived in. While I’m not sure we’re less authentic, I do think there’s something to be said about physical objects and how they can say a lot about a person.

| More deeply it is about how people use objects to connect with times, ideas, and people.

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