kafkakitty


journal of sorts / art blog


weepling:

Jeff Wall, After ‘Invisible Man’ by Ralph Ellison, the Preface, 1999-2001, 174 x 250.8 cm, MoMA, New York

weepling:

Jeff Wall, After ‘Invisible Man’ by Ralph Ellison, the Preface, 1999-2001, 174 x 250.8 cm, MoMA, New York

(Source: artmastered)

The sketchbooks of Charles Ritchie 
"In my early years I didn’t show my art because I didn’t need or want to. Alexander Pope’s advice to Dr. Arbuthnot seemed reasonable to me: create your work and put it away for nine years. If you still like it after that period, go ahead and share it. Recommendations like this, rarely taken in our age, may seem over the top. But the idea of distance providing clarity appeals to me and I was in no hurry. I just wanted to do the best work I could.” 

Georges-Pierre Seurat :: Light and Shadow w/ conté crayon

The sound of a tired heart, is that of white noise,the quiet aftermath from the frustration which destroys.And buries one underwater between a riddle of mirrors.To heal again will take a kind of private courage.Of promises said in whispers, a refusal to stand idle.  And walk however lightly but in perseverance for themoment when the pall breaks and scatters upon the water.


The sound of a tired heart, is that of white noise,
the quiet aftermath from the frustration which destroys.
And buries one underwater between a riddle of mirrors.
To heal again will take a kind of private courage.
Of promises said in whispers, a refusal to stand idle.  
And walk however lightly but in perseverance for the
moment when the pall breaks and scatters upon the water.

Lang & Buñuel

Lang & Buñuel

Think of Keats  

Cottages 1890 by Vincent Van Gogh 

Cottages 1890 by Vincent Van Gogh 

the print studio

workspace / living room 

from the MET

I was searching around a street art flickr pool and came across two wheatpaste pieces I made around late 2011 in austin tx. One was a frog and the other was a very crude rendition of Mucha's illustrations. Both were the first pieces I'd ever put up on a wall so it was pretty nice to see how they turned out after some time passed.

Photo credits: Andrew Lucchesi  & penguin fotos

here is my favorite thing, a monk-scribe on a dragon

here is my favorite thing, a monk-scribe on a dragon

Van Gogh’s sketch of cypresses 

Van Gogh’s sketch of cypresses