Half-buried Dog (Perro Semi-hundido, in Spanish) is one of the names usually given to this painting by Francisco de Goya y Lucientes. It shows the head of a small dog looking upwards to something invisible to the viewer. The dog itself is quite lost in the vastness of the rest of the image, which is […]… Continue reading Perro Semihundido – Half-buried Dog – A beloved work by Francisco de Goya (seen from beyond…)
Xan mo ilo, kamlale! Pale si ma e zhivindi jag… These are Rromani words meaning “Eat my heart, my beloved ones! While I still keep the flame of life…” So why do I want my heart eaten?… How?… By whom?… To the first –rhetorical– question my answer is simple: because I need love now beyond… Continue reading Xan mo ilo! – Eat my heart!
“Better Tomorrow” by Yuumei Here down is another illustration by this great Chinese artist: Yuumei. I post it in vertical position for evident reasons of format: – – Two enlarged partial views in their natural position 🙂 : – – – (You may see and enjoy a previous post on Yuumei’s work HERE.)… Continue reading Girl in Wasteland… – Another Delightful Illustration
“Boundless” by Yuumei Just look at it and get stunned. It’s drawn by a Chinese person of great talent, and I’m lost for words to express my admiration toward her (or perhaps him). To see the image in full resolution —and it’s worth the time; it’s a must—, you may go here.) She (or he)… Continue reading Girl in Wonderland – A Delightful Illustration