Sunday, January 1, 2012

Characters on Canvas (or whatever)

Here are a few art characters to help launch you into a new year. I'm not betting it'll be any better but onward we go. For me, after seeing these images, I'm in with a smirk and a smile. That's gotta be worth something, right?   :-)

Wishing you a Happy, Love-Filled New Year!

 Above we have an X ray of Snow White with an embroidered head.



Silicone sculptures by Thomas Kuebler 


17 comments:

  1. Something to make me smile.

    Glad to see a post from you. I hope 2012 is good to you.

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  2. Happy New Year to you, Gina. Freaky images! :) Nice to see you blogging again.

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  3. I keep in touch with Jams but I haven't heard from SB and Yogi in a while. It's great that you turned up, especially given that I have done so little with the blog.

    Happy new year's to you!

    SB - we miss you on facebook! Adalfo has hijacked your music page! It's not the same without you! xx

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  4. happy to see a post Gina! and you know how to start the new year out with right with a bit of a freak show. that Morty N Balmer is creepy! wishing you all the best in 2012 Gina. take care now.

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  5. a smirk and a smile is a good way to start off 2012
    I love oddities being one myself so these are just wonderful to me

    Happy New Year

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  6. Becky! I've missed you! Happy new year!

    Di - I miss you, too! I can relate to "odd" myself! Unlike these guys, though, we're cute and cuddly! ;-) Sending love and a hug and happy new year wishes. I'll be by Forks Off soon.

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  7. Late I am. Two years? Three? Not sure. I was reading quite a few of your posts, and there was one which let my heart rise like a falcon with joy up to the sky; spontaneously I intended to leave at least a short com(pli)ment, but – alas! – I am such a lazy commenter, perhaps even the laziest in this universe and those yet to discover.
    Anyway, hic Rhodos, hic salta! [And please note that I am anticipating many years of laziness to come] Many happy years to you and those you love, Mylady!

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  8. Hello, Sean Jeating. Your name looked instantly familiar when I saw your comment and yet it didn't come to me until I saw on your blog that you are a follower on some of my favorite blogs. The memory lapse is perhaps due to my recent decline in blogging.

    It is nice to have a compliment once in a while and I thank you very much for it. :-) By the way, which post was it that made your "heart rise like a falcon to the sky", please?

    I don't recall writing a post on mythology...or was it an art work?I would ask that you refresh my memory, if you take as long as three years to comment again, I'm afraid I shall be completely out of my mind with senility by then. :-) Happy new year and thank you.

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  9. Hm, if only I could remeber, Gina. As written, I am not sure. Was Oscar Wilde envolved, or a French artist?
    In about ten minutes I shall fall into the feathers, and tomorrow I shall give myself half an hour to find the 'ominous' post.
    Meanwhile,
    the peace of the night.

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  10. Yes!n Yes! I laughed. I shall skippity hop into the year ahead and forage for crumbs of creativity in my brain!

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  11. Aguja - happy new year to you! If I can't laugh it off a bit, the new year will likely seem even longer than than the previous. I don't know how a year can drag on like that that and time in my life still seems to be moving by way too quickly.

    Keep your creativity alive, dear Aguja!Your fans enjoy the results!

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  12. What a very nice surprise to see a post. The pictures truly are funny as well as a bit frightening.

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  13. Susan - the sculptures are very freakish but I appreciated the workmanship and artistry that went into making them. Seeing them made me wonder what influenced with artist. I may try to read a bit more about him.

    Yes, I just snuck this one in. Hopefully it's a sign of more to come.

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  14. HAPPY new year! You do find the freakiest stuff. :\ Glad you're back at it, at least occasionally? You me want to blog, but I feel it takes so much time to get one going...read: lazy.

    -Ooshie

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