Post #817 • June 23, 2006, 8:23 AM • 16 Comments
Grammar.police hath returned.
Kate Kretz, a fellow artist/Miami émigré, has a blog.
"Formidable, yet benign"? Don't make me come down there, Roberta.
Drawn rounds up Jim Flora on Today's Inspiration and elsewhere.
Jason Kottke catches a renovation booboo at the Gugg.
"'There's a saying in Japan that if you have a Hakuin painting in your store, you'll be safe from thieves, and fire and earthquakes,' explains Professor John Stevens. 'It obviously worked in New Orleans, too.'" Steve Meacham reports on the Gitter-Yelen Collection, selections of which are on display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales after coming uncomfortably close to their doom. (Andrew)
Sun Tunnels by Scott Carrier. (Supergirl)
The Abston Church of Christ. From the FAQ: "Abston is a fictional town, named after the plastic that LEGO is made from [Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene]. (Supergirl)
Next week: art reviews. Crazy, I know.