- May 2007 -
4:10 PM GMT
Smith snoozes, loses
For the umpteenth time in as many weeks, a momentary
hesitation on the part of Rev. Smith caused him to miss
out on an opportunity that was instead snatched away
by someone more alert, on the ball, and all-too-ready
to point out to Smith the connection between his failure
to act quickly and his subsequent loss of fortune. This
morning at 11:16am, while Smith was hemming and hawing
over which of the two remaining donuts in the break
room he would eat, overweight coworker Morton Dewey
casually walked in, took both donuts, and walked out,
commenting to Smith in passing, "You snooze, you
11:45 AM GMT
Pope and Brick
Testament: on the same page
illustrations from the Brick Testament's The
Life of Jesus are featured on pages
112-118 of the April 2007 issue of the Russian edition
magazine (with Iggy Pop on the cover). The images are
used to illustrate an interview with Pope Benedict XVI.
Being the benevolent man that he is, it is expected
that the pope will return the favor by creating a series
of eleven illustrations to accompany an upcoming multiple-page
interview with The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith for a major
international men's magazine.
3:07 PM GMT
Smith visits 30 churches in
From 22 April to 12 May, Rev. Smith paid visits
to thirty churches across Europe. In Prague:
Nicholas Church, St.
Nicholas Basilica. In Vienna: Votivkirche,
In Venice: St.
Mark Basilica, San
Giorgio Maggiore. In Florence: Santa
Maria del Fiore, San
Maria Novella. In Rome: San
Pietro in Vincoli, Santa
Maria ad Martyres, Santa
Maria sopra Minerva. In Zurich: Grossmunster.
In Paris: Notre
Sulpice, and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
1:51 AM GMT
Photos from gallery
show in Bratislava
website for the SPACE
gallery in Bratislava, Slovakia now has some photos
available for viewing from the opening of the LEGO exhibition
(19 May to 10 June, 2007) with Rev.
Smith in attendance and several works from The Brick
Testament on display. The event drew many curious onlookers
from the Slovakian art world and general public, with
many at least stopping
to view the 50-foot banner across the exterior of
the gallery displaying all 17 illustrations from the
Acts of the Apostle's story Accept
Communism or Die.