I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It's a way of looking at life. Dr.Seuss

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Sky(pe)


Anyone who thinks the Sky(pe) is the limit, has limited imagination.
You can always talk with the people personally....

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  1. Skype scrapers! Love the drawing.

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  2. Fabulous! Are you an architect? You should be if your are not.

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    1. Actually I am . The abbreviation 'arch. ' does not mean only ar(ti)ch(oke) ;)

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  3. Super cool tall structures and great black and white contrast! And great detail! I dig it.

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  4. Oh, wonderful buildings! They must not be Skype-Scrapers though because there aren't enough pieces missing.

    Still, I can't hate on Skype too much since it has allowed me to talk with loved ones all over the world-- I wish I could travel to have those conversations, but I could never afford to do that!

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    1. Agree, Skype is sometimes the only alternative to see/speak with remote family and friends.

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  5. Especially when Skype's call quality fluctuates - but very cool artwork!

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    1. Thanks, last time is , luckily, Skype sound quality beter than some time ago.

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  6. I think those Skype scrapers are having their own little skype call?! Great illustration!!

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  7. Its not always easy to talk face to face with someone so I think Skype is good if you don't live near your family.

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  8. Right, Rod. I use Skype to see my fellows in Artichokistan.....and it is better than write the letters

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  9. Hey I can feel another nod to artichoke coming up.
    This is really superb - those windows - our achitect calle dthem "punched" out windows. He is the only person I would hite a hit man to hit. Nothing to dow tih your art which is superbola :)
    I like your brain.
    It works good
    See you !

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  10. gah don't you hate keyboards - the balance between the buildings works :) the tower is something else, theinterplay of busyness - and non busyness :)

    now you know why I do not write for tjhe paper as an artcritiquer :)

    I can't sing either and my sewing skills are minimul

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  11. The one on the right reminds me of my tour up inside the Statue Of Liberty.

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