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contemplation

08Mar11

The following image is of Ivan Kramskoy‘s Contemplation, which Dostoevsky talks of in relation to the character Smerdyakov from the Brother’s Karamazov: “He stands as if lost in thought, but he is not thinking, he is ‘contemplating’ something.” Am posting because I am thinking of how certain modes of thinking can be communicated in drawing […]


I love the way Anthony Cudahy portrays people in his work, realistically rendered yet not hiding the presence of his hand.  Some of his works are derivative of novels, like Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being, one of my favorite books. The following images are from a project titled ‘i understand nothing.’ From an […]


unknown origin

18Jan11

there was sweet confusion there were tender words