Wednesday, November 18, 2009

in writing

Thanks for all the wonderful points of view regarding the use of written dialogue stitched into art. It's good to know what other people think both about doing it and seeing it. For now I have decided against any messages or even letter forms.


 

I find that when I begin using letter forms I can't help but want to convey something snarky or entertaining. In fact, I find that when I work literally or do something representational you can pretty much bet on something weird, shocking or downright wrong going on. You'll laugh too if you don't run out of the room.


5 comments:

tiedyejudy said...

Actually, with your wicked sense of humor, the overall reaction is bound to be laughter! On the other hand, your critters pretty much speak for themselves, and they are definitely one-of-a-kind!
So I guess it boils down to doing what feels right at the time...

Rosalie Cooke said...

I laughed. Thanks for the smiles! At least you're able to come up with snarky stuff, people like me are too uptight and politically correct so we need people like you to lighten the load. So don't write off the idea completely.

Karoda said...

Deb, you are a woman after my own snarky heart! If I were in the same room with ya, you can count on me to "get it" and bounce off of!

a.n.t. said...

hmmmmmmm, let me guess - you went to see ZOMBIELAND...lolololol
a.n.t.

curvylou said...

Dyin' ova heah. Fallin' ovah laughin'. Migod, that last image.

Thank you, I needed that.