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anna:
ohhhhh the train experience... how awful! the real problem was the ice (well, and the fact that i was trying to beat a train), and i am just terrified of driving in bad weather.

ohio is.... just really uncool. i know that a lot of people probably think that about a place if theyve lived there their entire lives. but i dont know a single person who has ventured outside of the state and not realized that it completely sucks balls. theres just nothing to do, ever, and most towns are socially & politically stuck in the 1950s. the big cities have more to offer, but they dont have that charm and that electricity that ive sensed in other placces.

ho well. ill stop my bitching smile.
chai:
Thanks so much for your comment on my new set! blush
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rin:
obviously you did not come to the right part of canadawink
maxi:
thank you so much for the lovely heartfelt or um felt comments you left me, kiss
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temper:
Thank you! kiss
luci:
well thank you for telling her that she is hot.
i mean come on for god's sake!!
if you were to compare her to 70% of the girls on this site...would they measure up?? i used to be bald with hair horns.... i say that the way to tell if a chick is truly beautiful is to shave her head.
and as for you....when do we get a picture??
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Genvive Zacconi is a New York artist who grew up in Philadelphia where her interest in art started at a very early age. from her own lips.

"I was born and raised in Philadelphia, where my interest in art originated during my childhood, and developed into a concentrated area of study as I began to take summer and weekend drawing classes at local art colleges...
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lanolin:
thanks for the comment on my set!!! smile
lanolin:
well thank you again!!!

you are so nice. smile
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Molly Crabapple. A New York "Victoriana" illustrator (by her own description). Her work is reminiscent of circus or carnival posters. Here in her own words how she became an illustrator.

"I learned to draw in a Parisian bookstore. I now credit my artistic success to a combination of harsh criticism from the proprietor and hours copying "A Tart's Progress." Later, I sketched by way...
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i'm searching for my next female artist. in the meantime i thought i'd post this link about the "pop surreal"/"lowbrow" moniker. interestingly Robt. Wms. coined the term, but now feels it's not appropriate.

Wikipedia LowBrow Art

EL SUICIDO LOCO skull <- my signature
luce:
:* kiss
korento:
you mean when's my birthday? read my profile, shoop! wink
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shoopdaddy:
looking for the next Lowbrow artist to feature. Hmmmm.

Edit: forgot MY signature.

EL SUICIDO LOCO skull <- my signature

[Edited on Mar 05, 2006 9:09PM]
bronson:
I know this is dishonorably late, but thank you so much for the sweet comment on my set, it means so much to me!

Jeff Soto is killer isn't he?

XO
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luci:
ouch!!
doxie:
Thanks for your nice comment on my set smile

I like that last picture.. smile

Edited to add: Thanks for the second comment, too wink

[Edited on Feb 25, 2006 10:09PM]
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frankie:
thanks for the lovely comment on my new set. i had so much fun shooting it,
take care kiss
lizarose:
soon... wink
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luci:
thank you again!
fatality:
I love the first image.
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today i'll introduce Lynne Naylor who is an associate of Chris Reccardi. Lynne is from Canada, but has been working in Los Angeles for the last twenty years. as you look at this very limited selection of her work you may instantly recognize it, but not know why.

the reason is that she helped create "Ren & Stimpy", contributed to the "Powerpuff Girls" (a personal...
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luci:
exactly how does one wrangle teddies??
luci:
hmmmm
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i found Sean through Natalia Fabia's links. i really can't find much information on Sean Cheetham other than his date of birth and dates of graduation. i prefer to post a bit more humane information so when i find out more i'll add to this entry.

i like sean's style. it's very renaissance, but with contemporary subjects.

as always clicking...
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