Lorraine had always wanted something else

21 02 2014

I have tried to mix several different images into one and still retain the authenticity of the base image. That is I tried to keep gravity a factor in the final image.

by David Halliday

Lorraine had always wanted something else..





Franz Falckenhaus

21 02 2014

One of the things I’ve always loved about collage work was the sense of ‘whimsy’. A kind of silliness. A universe where no great harm can come to you. The universe of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. This is the universe of Franz Falckenhaus.

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Lovers at home

21 02 2014

Our brains are like subway stations where ideas rush through. Sometimes stopping.

In this piece I saw the residents of the house being broken down/ or made up of the geometric lines in the house, the furniture, the wiring, the rafters, the plumbing.

Lovers at home





ludwig meidner

21 02 2014

He had a glimpse into the horrors that were to come over the next 50 years. The apocalypse. End days or just war. One can hardly imagine the soul that  painted these images.

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