Fi Webster

Fi Webster

Posted on 03/23/2016


Photo taken on March 23, 2016


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a victorian boy, growing up

a victorian boy, growing up
Cut-paper collage created for Kollage Kit theme: "Victoriana."

Background from wallpaper design by William Morris. Neck of boy: sweet flag, which used to be crumbled up & scattered on floors because of its pleasant citrus scent. Left arm: Central American coral snake. Legs: Chilean flamingo. Right arm: leg of tomato frog

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Danielle
Danielle
Très original et bien fait !
21 months ago.
Fi Webster
Fi Webster
Merci, Danielle!
21 months ago.
Tim Lukeman
Tim Lukeman
Oh, I love this! (Both William Morris & elephants are big personal favorites.)
21 months ago.
Fi Webster
Fi Webster
I didn't know you were into William Morris, Tim. Or did we talk about reading his biography, perhaps? I'm a huge fan. In fact, he's kind of a personal hero, for all the amazing and varied things he did in his lifetime. But of all his creative pursuits, I'm partial to his patterns for wallpaper and rugs: they have so much life in them, as if the plants are in motion!
21 months ago.
Tim Lukeman
Tim Lukeman
I've read & enjoyed Fiona McCarthy's biography of Morris; and of course I was introduced to his great romances via the Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series, with those lovely Gervassio Gallardo covers, as a teenager. A truly Protean human being! And his Utopian Socialism appeals to me greatly, though I don't feel it's quite as impossibly Utopian as many seem to think it is -- at the very least, his vision of life, a whole & richly meaningful life, is a worthy one. I'm currently re-reading all of his romances slowly, deliciously,and savoring them deeply -- the literary equivalent of his visual designs, in many ways, and quite powerful on a symbolic level as well as on a narrative one, I'd say. Just a damn good storyteller! :)
21 months ago.