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Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Birth of an New Era

Look after this kid



Gay star Christ (this one is for you Edwin Mak)



Gay star Christ (first attempt)



thinking in a storm



Contemplating perfection



In the spotlight

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Edwin said...

Nice, but why the gayness? or christness? Didi is hardly any of both.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Yrsa Roca Fannberg said...

I will answer previous comments here:

Capitan -
Yes we have seen it before, but oh how illusions can make memory redundant.
Yes he has to go and I prefer January than July.

shojan croif -
Bling bling is old fashioned :)

I don't want to loose faith in our beloved humanity. Hope I never will.

Edwin - Don't know, think Didi would score high on the gay chart (they love him I think), not sure I should try to explain myself or I should leave the confusion of juxtaposition (my favourite pretentious word).
Get back to you later.

Also please tell me of Ten Cate and how he is doing at Chelsea. Do you still have faith in your club? Are you still angry? What about Roman?

10:22 AM  
Blogger Edwin said...

Been meaning to show you these since you started watercolouring.

A famous series of Chinese comics, with plenty of emphasis on the body. Let me know what you think?

http://www.spcnet.tv/tinha/galleries.html

1:00 PM  
Blogger Yrsa Roca Fannberg said...

Edie Pedie - Don't take me wrong (although I think we cleared it on the phone) I was not referring to you as a person, but as a Chelsea fan.
That's why it was dedicated to you.
The colours, and I think there is something Christ like about how he stands.
It was just poetry :) Play of words.

I really like the first one that comes up, the fabrics, the shoes, the swirl on the ground. Not a huge fan of the action back grounds. This one has really nice things:
http://www.spcnet.tv/tinha/others/momin2.jpg

After this, I want to do more faces, now it is kind of creases and then remote factories.
Got some really nice pictures of the Whalefactory in Iceland.
Rust in landscape (urban or remote)

2:50 PM  
Blogger Yrsa Roca Fannberg said...

Edwin
One more thing. Have you seen Heima, the Sigur Ros Dvd?
emotive.
Also I heard Björks first album (the one she made when she was 11). Interesting (not in the British sarcastic mode), but I really like some of the songs.

3:06 PM  

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