Archive for the 'Art' Category
To my knowledge, my crest is an arm holding up a broken sword over a red and gold shield with the SINGULARLY USELESS motto of “Vigila et ora” meaning “Watch and pray”. I would prefer a Bonnacon. A farting. pyrotechnic bull would marry my clumsiness with my personal hygiene and general affabilty in one striking [...]
Work continues on the instrument case. I cleaned watch parts yesterday and handcrafted 5 steampunkins from modelling clay. Who knows when it will be cool enough to actually bake them. We did a shop and I found out that the MacStation wants 200 DOLLARS to replace the battery in the MacBook. I just about seized [...]
Oh the Maid of Tarth she went a riding x 2 For her honor and king, for the minstrels to sing Branded traitor and fled into hiding Swearing fealty to Lady Catelyn x 2 Put her sword at her feet, promised vengeance so sweet Little reckoning what she’d be battling. Lady Catelyn was missing her [...]
Another character from Game of Thrones strolled by. Sam The Slayer Midi Sam the Slayer PDF
So….. Once upon a long time ago my favourite song was a song I couldn’t identify. It was on a mix tape DJD made for me back when I was 50 pounds lighter and random menfolks still occasionally mentioned the fertility quotient of my ass rather than its powerful ability to block the sun. I [...]
Ha. Supplemental: Getting on and staying on are two different things. On another subject entirely = with Scott to the Pole.
Oh my. There be lots of crazy for you this am. This is a very special kind of Canadian crazy. Ya gotta be effin kidding me. Lady Liberty is a minion of Satan? Star Wars Crafts? Ok, Put your hand over your crotch – gently. Now open this link. A life of infrequent contact with [...]
Here is some fan art of him.
There are some UNFORGETTABLE quotes in here.
One of the most brilliant and humane artists of this or any century is Ai Wei Wei. I recently saw a documentary segment on Frontline about him and both Jeff and I were blown away at how amazing he is. He’s being set up for a long jail sentence. The church spring potluck was last [...]
And moonlight was falling on my hand. I got up and stood on the back deck and looked at the moon for a while. I remembered seeing the Hammer Codex of Leonardo da Vinci in Montreal almost a quarter century, being enraptured to see his handwriting with the translation. He spoke of how the wind [...]
Detroit Institute of Art
Last night at the Vogue, Eno gave an illustrated talk (with some truly charming and useful on the spot illustrations) about art and his relationship to it. A number of interesting points came up, most of which will probably lose their sharpness for you because they were filtered through me. He said that English is [...]