This past weekend's challenge in the Phish.net #Hometasking series was to create a live-action representation of a Phish album cover. And this week's Taskmaster Chris Cagle has completed his evaluations, made his decisions, and put together some fantastic viewing for your setbreak or post-Dinner & a Movie viewing:
By the by, this puts @Mshow96 at the top of the leaderboard. We're mailing a weekly prize, leading up to a grand prize, and excited about the participation: Twice as many videos were submitted for live-action versions of Phish album covers, as for "Become a character from a Phish song."
We're also optimistic that we have enough momentum for the task planned next. It's a bigger ask, but a great opportunity to draw in spouses, kiddos, and other housemates; to get crafty and creative; and to interrupt the persistent monotony of your living conditions. So, get ready - the next task drops Friday at noon Pacific, with videos due Monday at noon Pacific! Have fun, be safe, and make good choices.
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