Sunday, May 14, 2006

THE LITTLE SPINNER

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Another piece of the previously referred-to image of impropriety gone haywire. This detail puts me in mind of the old man I saw at Larry's Market who was having a red-faced fit because nobody in the store could understand him. He kept shouting that he wanted "swollen foods". It turned out that he wanted frozen foods. What a funny old duffer!

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I really like the chilly hard lines of the metallic structure in the background here contrasted against the clammy pillowy softness of the amphibian skin.

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Ps.. Larrys Market is going away.. I will miss the Hand Cafted Custom sandwiches.

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would you ever consider creating a book of creatures? it might include pages of operations, surgical operations, being performed on those creatures. i wouldn't think it would limit the surrealism.


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