Thursday, April 8, 2010

Too Cool for School


Too Cool for School
April 8, 2010

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4.8.2010 #2
4.8.2010 #1 (marginalia, recently linked)


12 comments:

RUDHI - Chance said...

You are working with CERN? Black holes are dangerous; because there is no RETURN... Black eggs maybe, William; I know - working in the garden now, growing vegetables is more incoming than art... Soon you will hear from me; it's so difficult for me to explain a horrorscope without misunderstanding options; UFF! Thanks for your patience, William. Oh, these black holes again!!!

William Michaelian said...

Yes, I should have named this the Cern Galaxy. Oh, well. Too late. Go back to your garden! The truth of my horrorscope can wait a little longer....

Joseph Hutchison said...

Very Mask of Zeus of you! (See http://www.masksandpuppets.com/gg_zeus.jpg)

William Michaelian said...

Wow! Boy, does that give me ideas....

~im just only me~ said...

We real cool.

William Michaelian said...

If I could draw a saxophone, that would be in there too.

Rachel said...

Lieber William,

selbst mit diesen schwarzen Augen wirkt das Bild nicht kalt, eher anziehend, fragend, einsaugend...

Mit großer Herzlichkeit, Rachel

William Michaelian said...

Rachel, I’m glad to hear you say that, because I do see (or at least feel) a lot of humor in this drawing.

Wishing you the best, as always,

William

Momo Luna said...

Too spaced out for school haha. And yes there's humour in it and i like your humour a lot (as i wrote bbefore?)

William Michaelian said...

Yes, you did, and I think you’ll find it even in my most “serious” work. You see, I can’t even say “serious” seriously....

JRonson said...

I love the "eyes" give a sense of nowhere in their mind :) expressionist

William Michaelian said...

Thanks, JRonson. You’re right, there is definitely a sense of absence present, or a present sense of absence....