Nighthawks? How about “Nightmice”? Mixed media: pen, pencil, watercolor, acrylic on paper which claims to be good for watercolors but isn’t. Micefying this iconic American painting of all things reminded me about the… Continue reading
I am quite convinced that Degas is better with mice; it is just that somebody’s painting abilities are not developed enough for Impressionism. Degas’s painting is called “L’Absinthe” (sometimes “Dans un café” —… Continue reading
Is Picasso better with mice? You decide. I loved Picasso before I could understand his paintings (partly thanks to “The Adventures of Picasso”, Swedish comedy film (loosely) based on Picasso’s life. It is… Continue reading
Iconic American painting, if not much better, is at least not worse with mice. Mixed media: pen, pencil, permanent marker on paper which is not particularly good for these things either. I would’ve… Continue reading
Poster art is definitely better with mice. Mixed Media: pencil, acrylic, permanent marker on paper which is clearly not suitable for acrylic paints:)
I have a chronic obsession with Walter Benjamin, particularly with his “Moscow Diary” which he kept during his visit to Moscow in December, 1926 — January, 1927. Why would anyone go to Moscow… Continue reading
Oh, the importance of proofreading one’s writing. Also, not getting help from crushing mice.
Happens to the best of them.
In Chicago, we just had the fifth of its worst ever snowfalls, which means that this morning I had to dig myself out of my apartment. Shoveling snow is not that easy, but… Continue reading