Friday, May 28, 2010



  1. Levels. It's all about the levels. I love levels. Am purely fascinated by them, and I don't know why. How can one simple line drawn mean so many things? Or is it that the line doesn't mean anything in and of itself, but creates meaning in the spaces it creates simply by it's division (of them)? If somebody out there knows, please tell me because this piece is hypnotizing me with it's progressive levels. Is there a story in there somewhere? Or does it just feel like one because of its' pacing? Anyway, I like it more for it's symbolism and flow than for the technical expertise with which the lines are drawn. Not that I'd like it more if the lines were perfectly straight, I actually like that they bend and don't meet at the ends. It gives the levels less abstractness ... ?

  2. This reminds me of Piet Mondrian.

  3. Hi, I,m Wasco
    from Amsterdam,

    I make a lot of abstract comics.
    I made a small book which you can find on facebook. Look for Ge Wasco. Look for my older posts. It looks a whole lot like your work.
    To me the levels you draw are more like horizons. The cages more like windows. Sometimes whwn you devide a cage horizontal the image becomes either two cages or a horizon with earth and sky.

    I like this site a lot! Keep on keeping on.


    PS I would like to upload some of my stuf to this site. Is tahat possible?

  4. Hi Wasco--

    email me your stuff, I'll take a look at it. My email address is in my profile.


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