Every Monday, the KQED Arts blog features a new Video of the Week to start the work week off right.
Everytime I would get into trouble in elementary school -- for being late, cursing, or writing the answers to a test on the underside of my shoe -- I was forced to stay after school and clean the chalkboards. Part of this task was going outside and clapping the erasers. Chalk got on my clothes and in my hair and mouth. As a result, I've kind of always hated the stuff, but this video is turning things around. Watch as steamboats turn into eyes, teeth turn into houses, and diamonds turn into trees in this music video directed by Lucinda Schreiber and Yanni Kronenberg.
If you have any crazy sexy cool videos of your own, share them with us and we'll consider them for future installments of Video of the Week!