A few years ago, a man named Patrick Lockstitch had a lot of trouble with his computer.
He tried to plug in an external USB drive and found the USB drive was completely blank.
So he wrote it out on paper and stuck it into his computer to write.
He had no idea what he was writing, but he knew it had to be about music.
Lockstitch was inspired by a song on Pink Floyd’s 1979 album, Dark Side of the Moon, which was about a girl who discovers she has powers and learns how to harness them.
That song was about how she’s able to control her energy and use it to do things.
And Lockstitched wanted to do the same thing, harnessing the power of his magic and magic powers.
He created a custom lockstitched pattern to create his own “Pink Floyd” art.
The lockstitcher said that he’s now gotten so much feedback that he has started a Kickstarter campaign.
The lockstitching campaign, called “Pinky Lockstitches,” was created to raise funds to pay for all of the art Lockstitcher has already created.
There’s currently only a handful of locks, and Lockstich is hoping to raise enough money to make the project happen.
The project has already been featured on ABC News.