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A friend of mine is back from a trip that included a yarn dyeing workshop. We looked at her finished yarn on the porch.
No, not outer space– SPACE, as in the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, that dandy convention put on annually in Columbus, Ohio by Bob Corby and a cast of dedicated workers. Bob outdid himself this year, coming up with … Continue reading
Apparently it is a Bavarian cousin of the the familar American jackalope, adding to the body of a hare (or jackrabbit) and the antlers of a deer, the wings of a pheasant. Also, they sometimes have fangs. Like the jackalope, … Continue reading
I just opened the front door to bring in the mail, and there was a giant, disgusting earwig in the mailbox. And that made me think of Troy McClure, and of how we may remember him from such other nature … Continue reading
It’s been a long, long weekend, so have a picture of Toshiro Mifune smoking a cigarette in 1948. A plain white Tshirt is a classic “always cool”.
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
Late night, as in Charles Knight, the late great scientific illustrator whose paintings will always be “the way dinosaurs look” to the the children of the 50s, 60s and 70s. I looked at a lot of modern illustrations that are … Continue reading
The internet may be fixed. Or it may not. Anyway, I’m taking advantage of the opportunity to go out and collect some photo references for brontosauruses. Of course, that really means art references, since, nobody seems to have a photograph … Continue reading
Everything old is new again and some people who are wise and observant and love art have been finding interesting (and probably really not so accidental parallels) between some excellent modern photographs and Old Master paintings. If you want … Continue reading