Tuesday, April 7, 2009


  1. Blaise--what do the words say? I can't make it out.

  2. yes, it is beautiful.

    that first panel is a breath-taker especially.

    i read this as kind of a childhood tale, panel 2 may be tic-tac-toe, a game, play, w/ the underlay of touching oneself, knowing oneself, feeling oneself grow...

    panel 5 i read as a pair of police officers, representing cultural conditioning, the double pressures of home & state, what your family expects of you, what society expects of you, often we fall into cultural conditioning w/ no questions asked, because these pressures are great & the feeling of acceptance is rewarding...

    in the final panel, i find it interesting that the color of the rain is inverted, red instead of blue, perhaps pointing to blood, once again the body, once again the question, right or wrong, should one follow nature, their own true nature, or adapt oneself to compromise in order to succeed in ones sociological setting?

    it is beautiful & i like the way it is so large & the way you photograph'd it to reinforce that fact.


  3. I like that the words are obscured. They become ambient, and it's less about establishing a narrative flow than creating an evocative atmosphere.


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