do you get sick of people telling you how super awsom your stuff is? all these comments are the same, but they're right. i did a lot of screenprint with figure/ground reversal, stencil, splatter technique, i love watercolor. your pieces emanate memories i used to have.
It was a large, empty room, like that of a living room of a house which had not been yet moved into. It had the same wooden floors, and the walls were all white, and sunlight came in through a glass sliding door, making the room refreshingly bright, but not overpoweringly so. There was more to the dream, but I wouldn't want to bore you. xD
limegintonicFeatured By OwnerMay 9, 2011Professional General Artist
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Wow, you're work is really cool, and someone who likes music eh? Cool just something a Radiohead fan might want to hear - apparently this song was written in Dublin, Ireland, where I'm from, Thom was staying in a hotel near the Liffey, which is a "famous" Dublin river, and he had an out of body experience, hence why he sings "I float down the Liffey". So there's a new meaning to the song for you, ya learn somethin new everyday eh? keep up the work
The idea of being an ostrich is a brilliant concept indeed. Though someone's bound to steal his suitcase. The concept is awesome though. I like how it continues onto another wall as well. The idea of this being in a living room or soemthing just seems sooo cool beyond belief.
I figured. Haha. I was trying to figure out where the head went.
By the way, do you like Neon Genesis Evangelion?
I have an AMV linked in my recent journal that uses a Radiohead song. If you're able to download it, it's really, really good. It actually made me like a Radiohead song. *le gasp*