El templo de Bob Dylan

Cual dios griego o romano, Dylan también tiene su templo, sólo que esta vez está instalado en un drugstore de Old Bridge, New Jersey: es el Templo de Dylan de Mel Prussack, un simpático jubilado de 64 años que lleva cuarenta años coleccionando cosas y haciendo esculturas con objetos que aparezcan en las canciones de Bob. Todos los años organiza el Concurso Zim-Art. ¿Qué es Zim-Art? Mel lo define así:

Zim-Art is the creation of a work of art that represents either the title or a line from a Bob Dylan song. The original concept was to find an old, discarded item in your basement, attic, or local flee market and with a little imagination create a Dylan inspired work of art. Much like what Bob Dylan did when he took the old spiritual "No More Auction Block" and created "Blowin’ In the Wind" which is one of many examples. The most famous piece of Zim-Art is my "Mr Tambourine Man" which can be seen in the film on fans of rock and roll at the exhibit "You Really Got a Hold On Me" in Cleveland , Ohio (U.S.A.) at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.