15 comments:

Dave said...

I feel quite sad now, which wasn't the idea, I'm sure.

Spadoman said...

Love, like art, is hard to explain, at least it is for me. Not sure what the message was suppose to be from your end, but as thew receiver, it made me think about love, and the different kinds of love. Like the love of chocolate cake is different from the love of my Grand children. Maybe it's like the many words the Eskimo's have for snow. Many words for love.

Actually a lot of babble, just wanted you to know I stopped by.

Dave said...

Agápē, érōs, philia, storgē, thélēma.

I, Like The View said...

of love, passionate love, friendship, affection and desire. . .

. . .I'd go for friendship, Dave - but the not fair-weather kind

sorry - wasn't supposed to make you sad, altho it does me (love, not friendship)

man thanks for stopping by

Rimshot said...

sigh

Mel said...

Oh, they're gorgeous.....absolutely gorgeous.

I believe in love.
I believe in loving.
Every day.
Often.

(((((((((((( ILTV )))))))))))))

Betcha already knew that, huh?

*huge hugs and warm fuzzyies to you*

I, Like The View said...

I'm glad one of us does Mel - really glad!

and you know that that no-touchy-hug works both ways, dontcha!

hope your Thursday is not too fuzzy

X

shot me too, me too

mig said...

Oh I believe in love. Though I haven't a clue what it means.
Such a little word to encompass all that you can do and be under its name.

What fantastic detail. I love the big lady and the little man up a ladder :)

I, Like The View said...

can you imagine all that cutting out! I'd love to see his scissor collection. . . or perhaps he uses a blade and a mat. . .

mig said...

I was trying to imagine it - it made my head hurt!
He must love doing it very much :)

I, Like The View said...

click on the link in the post!

I, Like The View said...

oh, and look up this woman's work too on google images: AOYAMA HINA

it's amazing!

katherine. said...

I was thinking he must have a steady hand and a sharp pair of scissors...

but a blade and mat make more sense.

sometimes I prefer things that make less sense...

rolling my eyes

Mel said...

Ohhhhh.....I clicked! :-)

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planetcity1 said...

according to the linked article, he utilizes a Swan Morton scalpel, handle 3, blade No 10a or 15a, and tries very hard not to inflict himself with art wounds...

that's a good thing, isn't it-- trying hard not to unnecessarily stab oneself???