Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Boguey being a Slyboots

"Why, Tony, what on earth is going on in this house tonight? Is there a a chimney on fire?"
"Chimney on fire!"
"Ah!" returns Mr. Guppy. "See how the soot's falling, See here, on my arm! See Again, on the table here! Confound the stuff, it won't blow off - smears, like black fat!"
They look at one another, and Tony goes listening to the door, and a little way upstairs, and a little way downstairs. Comes back, and says it's all right, and all quiet . . .




The light vivacious tone of fashionable life which is usually assumed by Mr. Weevle, sits so ill upon him to-night, that he abandons that and his whiskers together; and after looking over his shoulder, appears to yield himself up, a prey to the horrors again.

from Bleak House by Charles Dickens



upon reviewing my notes from a meeting with Chris Cozier (an artist and writer living in Trinidad), I remembered the interest he expressed about the variety of ways that different cultures react to modernity. Especially the when it resulted in a sinister use of images.
christophercozier.blogspot.com/

2 comments:

Creative Catharsis said...

Who did these? Did you? I love the top one.

Cole Pierce said...

i did the top one. its my seahorse folder. I did a bunch of screenprinting for xmas gifts. The design is appropriated from a children's book. I found the science service logo on the back of a book called "Sand and Glass".