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Money can be exchanged for goods and services. And the selling prices of goods and services are determined, in the broadest sense, by the forces of the marketplace. Material things are worth what people are prepared to pay for them. … Continue reading
This blog’s complex relationship with the works of JRR Tolkien is well known (search “Tolkien” for assorted links), but there’s no denying that Middle Earth is a complex setting that lends itself to the best in fantasy cartography. And if … Continue reading
It’s my own interpretation, but I sincerely hope this pulp science fiction cover by the great Frank R. Paul was inspired by a story where tourists come to Venus and are carried on swamp and jungle tours by a flotilla … Continue reading
More Magritte photographs– not photos of his work, but photographs of the man himself, all connected with his famous painting “Attempting the Impossible”. (See previous post.) There is a famous photograph of Magritte posed in front of an early version … Continue reading
Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary 1926-1938 Art Institute of Chicago This post about an Art with a big A exhibit is moderately long, and it also contains some very mild, art museum-style nudity, so I am putting it behind … Continue reading
Several people sent me links to “dog philosophy”, this great comic about the nature of dogs from threepanelsoul.com. It seems to be taking the world of great comics about nature of dogs by storm, as well it should. I’d never … Continue reading
As I get my notes organized to write about the Magritte early works I saw at the Art Institute last week, here’s a favorite later work of his that hangs in the regular galleries where photography is allowed. “The Banquet” … Continue reading
(I’m a great admirer of Teddy Roosevelt, as a person iif not always as a politician, and I’m really looking foward to the new Ken Burns documentary. Image via Pinterest, which is my new Internet timewaster of choice. Find me … Continue reading
Been reading way too many juvenile novels about madcap schoolgirls by Angela Brazil (pronounce “Brazzle”) recently. They’re ripping tales all round, of course, filled with rags, dormitory beanos and playing up at cricket for the honor of the school, and … Continue reading