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Cardigan Welsh corgi people will be glad to see that a new dog biscuit bag features a familiar face. Arrange several bags in a row and those corgi people will tell you it’s just like being in the kitchen when … Continue reading
This holiday weekend in the US traditionally marks the beginning of social summer. And after this long, cold spring we could certainly use it. And summer makes me think about cicadas (I’m one of those rare people who likes the … Continue reading
Cartoon Cat Art History: I really like this street art piece.
Combine the standard monster/alien/character race/mythological being called the naga with the furry snakes you often see in my sketchbooks. Add a character that could be an android, a robot, or even another kind of alien. And you get … a … Continue reading
What’s black and white and as big as your house? It’s a cargo van! You can use it to move a bunch of furniture quite a long distance. Don’t run out and buy it, though. It costs about thirty thousand … Continue reading
I confess that I was never a huge fan of Mad Max. I know I saw the first one ( it had young Mel Gibson and a blue heeler), and I vaguely remember at least bits of the one with Tina … Continue reading
An unexpected sighting of a Lotus Elise: chrome yellow on an overcast morning.
If the dire corgi could read, he would be bitterly disappointed by this post, since it is a portrait taken with my pancake lens, and not a picture of His Direness eating a pancake.(I’m quite pleased with the 40mm f/2.8 … Continue reading
It’s Wassily Kandinsky, the great Russian artist of the first half of the twentieth century . He painted some of the first great abstract works, and he taught at the Bauhaus. The famous Bauhaus Wassily chair, designed by Marcel Breuer, … Continue reading
Continuing to catch up on the drawing of the day backfiles. In this drawing, someone is carrying half the moon.Seriously, it’s part of a sculpture of the man-in-the-crescent-moon. (Presumably it will be assembled on site.) OK. I decided that was … Continue reading