Brian Grimwood, archive.
Floriane Marchix graduated from Gobelins, which sounds like goblins to me.
via The Art of Sculpture:
Xu Bing, A Book from the Sky. 1987-91.
An installation that took Xu Bing over four years to complete, A Book from The Sky is comprised of printed volumes and scrolls containing four thousand “false” Chinese characters invented by the artist and then painstakingly hand-cut onto wooden printing blocks.
via Bailey, whose tags for this are important:
#oh wow #you guys #she literally invented as many characters as an educated Chinese person knows #she literally invented an entire ideographic writing system #you guys #art #A Book from the Sky #I wonder who translated the title #in Japanese the character for sky also means void
Onomatopoeias for Shots Fired, an inventory by Robert.
(I just shot you.)
PEW PEW PEW
I just shot you again.
‘Cause you came back as a zombie.
Please note that I shot louder because it was distressing to see you come back as a zombie.
(a very tiny gatling gun)
High power bullets bouncing off of really heavy armor.
(even smaller laser pistol, the kind that are wielded by space gremlins)
(they really sting)
clankkchtingshlunkclack… … …
(impotent high-powered rifle)
blargity blargity blarg blarg!
(that’s a monster gun that shoots puke)
"I have always believed that you not only cast a strip to enable the characters to do things you want them to, but that the characters themselves, by their very nature and personality, should provide you with ideas. These are the characters who remain in the feature and are seen most often. The more distinct the personalities are, the better the feature will be. Readers can then respond to the character as though they were real."
Charles M. Schulz, PEANUTS: A Golden Celebration.