Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Cream of Man Ray

This is a poster I designed for our first group show way back in jan.
I never really had it on my threads as I didnt want to confuse people.
I now think it was a shame as it was a great portrate of Martine..
Here's the burb from the exhibition thread:

After several months of great images posted, we thought it would be a nice idea to pull a few of those historic postings into one big group show.
All the admins have chosen, some of them were even wisely chosen!
Some of us like dancing veg, others are into classic Dada..what can I say, its an organic thing!
One thing that units us all is our expert surreal vision, we view each entry with our green shades firmly fixed to our noses, as the above picture shows! o_O

Monday, July 23, 2007

The Little Prince's flower

“At night I want you to put me under a glass globe”
The little Prince said “I ought not to have listened to her,”
he confided to me one day.
“One never ought to listen to the flowers,
one should simply look at them and breath their fragrance.
Mine perfumed all my planet.
But I did not know how to take pleasure in all her grace.."
Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
Extract from: The Little Prince
Created for the Man Ray contest.

The Eiffel Tower

Thanks to everbody that left nice comments, thanks also to Chris in Philly,
'A Colossus' was just the word I was looking for,
I will use it in the blog, Thanks!

Viewed nearly 3000 times, up to the top 3 in interestingness!
It has to be my most popular image to date in Flickr...

I do hope the name of Algeria isnt taken in an anti-French way, It just happend to be on the retro globe below Europe! o_O

Chris in Philly said:
'The Tower as a colossus. It's also cool how you did the sky then the stratosphere and the top of the tower goes off into space! Great stuff.'

The Walrus and the Carpenter

The Walrus and the Carpenter
Were walking close at hand:
They wept like anything to see
such quantities of sand:
'If this were only cleared away',
They said, 'it would be grand !'

'If seven maids with seven mops
Swept it for a year,
Do you suppose', the Walrus said,
'That they could get it clear?'
'I doubt it,' said the carpenter,
And shed a bitter tear,

Extract from 'Through the looking Glass' by Lewis Carroll
(thats a cicada on the Carpenters nose - not my doing!)

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