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Thursday, February 16, 2006

NiPriCo *)

*) Nitro-Print-Copy

Thanks to Kathrin's tipps on one of here pictures I changed her inspiration a little - by accident. I mis-remembered the process and wiped nitro on an imprint (here: a pizza-card-board) and transfered it onto paper.

This picture you see, is a second print from the swashed cardboard: I kept it dry but drenched a sheet of paper with nitro and lay it on the packaging. So this is it ... colours are not 100% the same, due to scanning ;-)

And hereby I open up a contest on what kind of pizza was in that package. Take a guess and send me or post an answer - for mail look out at the end of the blog.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Sketchcrawl - The Blog

Enrico opened up a new Sketchblog here ... read more in his copied original text here:

New Blog!

February 7, 2006 at 12:14 pm

A new idea in the making, the SketchCrawl-Blog: a communal blog with different contributors. Focused on sharing everything about drawing out there in the field. Ranging from materials discussion: a new favorite sketchbook? a new find of a pencil? A great folding stool? -to thoughts, questions and even polls about sketching and journaling. What’s your favorite place to go sketch? What invariably catches yours and your pencil attention ?

Sunday, February 05, 2006


Some new pictures from the Pakistani Earthquake relief SKETCHCRAWL can be found here. With some notes on the weird afternoon I had in one of the Dortmund museums.

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Give us today the blog that we need, ...

... and forgive us our wrongs.

.. as a play of words I also changed the seemingly sounding German word for wrongs (Schuld) by the German word "Schund" - which means shoddy.

Why I did change the "Lord's Prayer" into a "Mainboard's Prayer"? No, not because of the uprising uproars against published and non-published Danish cartoons on Mohammed ...

... no, it's just because of an article Alex Ruehle wrote in the "Sueddeutsche Zeitung" Feb 3, 2006 on the internet's esp. blog's hype, developing to some kind of mystic salvation chitchat.

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