Albrecht Durer: Rhinoceros www.artcyclopedia.com
Yesterday’s post, the second entry of the review of The Art of Botanical Illustration by Wilifrid Blunt, (https://gregole.com/2015/02/19/the-art-of-botanical-illustration-part-2-the-art-of-the-woodcut/) got me to thinking about book production in general right after the invention of movable type by Johannes Gutenberg in 1439, and specifically picture-book production marrying movable type and woodcuts. In hacking around the internet yesterday researching woodcut artists I was stunned by the powerful images this medium is capable. Continue Reading
I owe the inspiration for this post to Gizmag – an awesome site:
Delahaye 135 Cabriolet Faget Varnet – just one of the rare cars (this one nicely restored…) found in a barn in France earlier this year. Continue Reading
Your Host – I’m the one wearing the hat!
So there I was, minding my own business at home on Sunday afternoon, meditating on the inevitable reality (is there any other kind of “reality” other than the inevitable kind?) that tomorrow morning, after a Cinderella-like four-day holiday, it was back to work! And then it hit me. Continue Reading