Post #1044 • August 31, 2007, 6:45 AM • 8 Comments
Congratulations to Warren Craghead (you've seen him comment on Artblog.net as WWC) on his writeup at The Comics Journal.
"Six months ago, I bought a Fairfield Porter lithograph. Two weeks ago, I stood at the edge of a rocky cove near the southern tip of a remote island off the coast of Maine, looking at the same scene Porter viewed when he sketched "Isle au Haut."
Cat and Girl wins Visual Arts Pun of the Year.
Scott McCloud comes home. Los Angeles, tomorrow afternoon.
Are artists born or taught? (Andrew)
"Vincent van Gogh was notorious for always being short of money and materials, and it has now been discovered that he resorted to painting on tea towels."
"At least 25 of the 200 or so 'Opus' client newspapers might not run the Sunday-only comic's next two episodes, which feature Islamic references and a sex joke."
The art installation archive of Burning Man. Supergirl is there. I'm not. Sigh.
Department of Skills: Daft Hands.