A carpenter's workshop, lit in soft amber tones, provides the scene for our earnest, moustachioed narrator. "To me, the selfie stick is not just an accessory," he says thoughtfully, "it's an extension of who you are." He then looks wistfully into the distance past the camera. In another, more modernly austere studio, a log is tenderly crafted into a selfie stick, a process which its young creator describes as being akin to "when the sun turns the rain into a rainbow." The passion and emotion in his words are palpable.
I don't know if a selfie stick can ever be a work of art, but this excellent Moto parody certainly qualifies.