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Friday, November 25, 2011

Every point on the surface is not the same distance from the center.

Bicameral Loserism, 2011.  from Cosmonautical Autoportraiture.
Definition of personal sphere:

It’s a restless place, uncommitted to any particular medium and defined by a broad set of ideas that winnow, mugging and petting, jostling about, until one generative nub remains as a fulcrum upon which I teeter like a goon.

LoS comrade and graphics wizard .sWineDriveR. is a guest artist in the November issue of N-SPHERE, an art magazine. Great work by sWD, mysterious palimpsests of the sort you might find in an old red suitcase or plastic tub in the basement of a house turned to cinders by a neutron bomb dropped in 2027 A.D.

Check it out and leave some comments or encouraging words....

3 comments:

  1. Verb

    cloy (third-person singular simple present cloys, present participle cloying, simple past and past participle cloyed)

    1. (transitive) To fill up or choke up; to stop up.
    2. (transitive) To clog, to glut, or satisfy, as the appetite; to satiate.
    3. (transitive) To fill to loathing; to surfeit.

    [edit] Synonyms

    * (fill or choke up): block, block up, choke, fill, fill up, stop up, stuff, stuff up
    * (satiate): fill up, glut, gorge, sate, satiate, satisfy, stodge, stuff, stuff up
    * (fill to loathing): jade, nauseate, pall, sicken, surfeit


    Fill to loathing. Harsh. Etymology:

    [C14 (originally: to nail, hence, to obstruct): from earlier acloyen, from Old French encloer, from Medieval Latin inclavāre, from Latin clāvāre to nail, from clāvus a nail]

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  2. nice work, taw. little time to comment cloyly from my clostier, but wanted to say that i'd love to see that fat graphic novel penned by your future woodsman self...

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