Category Archives: English

A Very Kinda Wood: The Serendipi Tree

Although it’s no longer fashionable to welcome your online visitors with a bleak n bold cover image, as almost every magazine in the world did in the print era for more or less economic reasons, I can’t stop obsessively designing new covers for this Soodlepoodle website. Every two weeks I reliably start mulling over my latest storefront, a trait that’s pretty much obsolete in today’s online world. For obvious (SEO) reasons, everything now starts with the menu as the main page with maybe one picture delicately embedded. This persistent navel-gazing activity harks back a long time in my personal history, just take a look at this ten-year-old post: back then I was tinkering with a fancy FleckVieh retouch in a one-man call-and-response manner.

While digitally xperimenting with the very latest woodworking photos from just the previous afternoon a sudden blue “screen” turned up with something written on it that totally reminded me of oscillography-goes-cave-painting, albeit with it came fascinating differences in detail to the original: these messy, fairly vertical lines. In (physical) reality it would be: an oszillating but always continuous sine line, which probably behaves eccentrically or synthesizer-like square waves or a flock of single Dirac shocks = needle impulses. This would be the physical phenomena that would be most similar to the new picture above.

But seen from far and in a glimpse: striking! Andall atop of a shoal of billowing fish-like shapes!

Hammer: all these lines and the organically grained blue flowing backdrop actually exist in the 3D world, as they are simply photographically inverted saw cuts in beech wood. And they actually look like this in real = understandably photographed

These seeminly painted-on slits are due to the use of a Japanese saw, which cuts very narrowly compared to the traditional European saws in use – narrow as a line!
The reason i’m sawing such strange patterns into a board – the next puzzle-, just lies in the concrete aim of this work: it is about cutting two semicircles out of each side of two pieces, in order to be able to embed half an existing, i.e. serendipitously obtained, cardboard tube on each side – you can already see this in the picture above. But only in case of knowing!

Of course you can do this with the usual electric DIY tools. In this case, either a band saw or a hand-held jigsaw could be used. However, facing the small radius of 3cm, you would also have to do this comb-like cutting pattern. And afterwards continue by hand. Or with a router. However, the semi-circular template construction required for this would be far more time-consuming than my method: two hands with classic carpentry tools and a brain enjoying it.

All these pictures and stories are only in reach by the principle of serendipity: finding without having searched.
Only equipped with this open playful mindset this will do. It also is paramount to always have the photogenic, the beauty in view at all times. There should be a constant vigilance to take literally a step back to the camera tray – even at the expense of the “sacred workflow”. And photography takes up very little time, you just have to be sure that you can carry on with your actual work afterwards – all just a question of practise!

I also took some quite informative detail photos during the process of carving out the half circles, just take them as additional visual teaching aids and, by the way: set designers – take another look!

Differently shaped old-school files and a wonderful vintage solid workbench were put delightetly to use here – muito obrigado, Señor Lobo! On the cut surfaces of the workpiece, you can see its first use from which it actually originated. In other words: I thoroughly use only already existing material.
Of course, this also includes the cardboard tubes, which were also saved from becoming waste – as the initial spark for the whole project! More of this “flow” will follow soon!
But finally, even after having flicked the “publish”-button (as mostly everytime) there surprisingly comes to mind and closing the circle up above in the: headline!

For your interest: take a geneigte look on the original German version of this article.

Convenience from the Kimmeridgian

“Now, two new dinosaurs for your home!” There are cashiers who, when in a good mood, comment on their work like sports reporters. Or cooking presenters, and this one first beeped at the Agustinia, then at the Ankylo. He then reached for the small white pack of chewing gum one of the two customers had quickly placed additionally on the counter, read the familiar label, smirked, and said, ” …and another Wriglosaurus!”

Wriglosaurus in ready-to-chew slices that is.

Convenience snacks made from crude prehistoric lizards – just imagine that!

Why the heck am I noticing this? Why do I look at encounters like this so closely? Why getting so excited about it? Well, there is a classic Vorbild. It reaches out a few years back   and went like this: mistyping at the vegetable/fruit scales in the supermarket, by entering the price of the bananas in four digits instead of the required identification number, and poof, be amazed:

“What, Brontosaurus? Back in reproduction again?” my neighbor mischievously commented while telling and showing her the label on the way home.

Now, starting out as a mere onlooker, I finally got the above trio of Ankylosaurus, Agustinia & Wriglosaurus at home. I bought them for myself, smirking all the time. Bargained via a bon-accurate purchase ™. For better than in 3D you can’t recreate these phenomena of transfer power course progressions. Illustrated by a terrificly funny, veritably serendipitous training object for viewing/demonstrating . Megafauna’s kids’ toys demonstrating abstract mind leaps and previously unthought thematic connections right before your naked eye.

This fascination with real-objects-plus-message is nothing new to me, just now I remember those crazy oversized handmade wooden frames for the representation of the sock-hole dilemma in classrooms – up to the seventies – NO KIDDING!  see here with foresighted hung ? jacket for size comparison:May this still be detectable on e bay? Online there’s no finding at the moment and I have no idea of  how to tag/name it – so: retired grandchildren of former needlework teachers – step forward! In my photo archive, however, there it is very well – found again after 10 wide awake  minutes of contact sheet search: October 1989, in the hallway directly in front of the kitchen door at that time! Yeah, the ex-flea market junkie in me be thanked …2021 unfortunately extinct….

Now I put them to photographic tests @ home, where and how the dissimilar trio can be set up fotogenically. ..watching youtube additionally and feel awashed in an exciting earth histories.

Setting number one: species-appropriate. As far as I want to judge as a layman. Ergo: outside ? For this I quickly load an old rag with equally old coffee powder. Voilà – the emotionally appropriate environment – imagine the bright upper quarter of the picture with a gray-bluish shore en-plus:

to brighten the scenery just one step back and click again for your interest/How-to:

But the upper version is more suitable for me and here. More atmospheric. More poetic. More Jurassic ? Funnily enough, it also still depicts the very irritation of where is front or back of the beast that led to the bittered grudge of the Bone Wars in 1869 – 1893. This struck me after reading how the dogged competition of two fame addicted men led to their ruin but also to the discovery of more than 136(!) dinosaur species.

But it also works exactly the opposite way. Lets leave Jurassic, Cretaceous, Triassic for the last fractions of a second of Earth’s history. Setting number two:

Tail club, Buddy! Packaging corner protection triangle pyramids, glass empties file_under mustard/anchovies, pendant lamp milk glass tube, cereal bowl as glass mushroom hat.

And while writing the ever rising conception of: “millions of years ago”. Millions!! Oh, My!!

Further on-clicked knowledge: Western Interior Seaway, the fossil report, this earth time threshold-by-meteorite arrival , the “golden nail” of the GSSP and oh yes: the lead fossils – I knew this so far only as sarcastic naming for oldest company members. Or ultra-crushed rock guitarists of the first hour. …but then:

Here Come The New 2Me Dinosaurs/ What critters!!! What names!!!

and the tastiest of them now imagined as…

ready to cook
ready to infuse/stir
ready to prepare
ready to regenerate
ready to eat

This chose gets even more exciting while suddenly discovering similarities with household objects or food supplies. Then you get into completely new territory:

..creating a new, rather puzzling cover image for the shortlist ! But what is that? Well, maybe a Brasilopaucus, a Parasolopterix, a Quantifixetus, a Ecolothus..

with FORWARD/REWIND Buttons in 3D. Hihi


good-humored music while having selfmade lessons in geography/biology:

diverse: “The Bossa Nova Exciting Jazz Samba Rhythms Vol 1“, Rare Groove Recordings

Beasts Of Paradise: “Gathered On The Edge”, Intuition , 1996

Nighmares On Wax: “A Word of Science”, Warp, 1991

diverse: “Blue Brazil Vol. 2”, Blue Note Records


PS.: the Brontosaurus at 99.99 € kilo price was a gag of the scale setters. The very amusing research afterwards revealed that. “There are also still parts of space stations!”.

PPS: dinos still are notoriously omnipresent, not only in German toy trade, my dearest parents of pre-school children ?  From (surprisingly?) China heil the impressive models of PNSO. Maybe I should order one in real one day. When, I’d chose Audrey, the Lambeosaurus . Or A-Shu, the Qianzhousaurus.

For “adult” gamers there’s primeval game: ARK. Teeming with TOTALLY Anachronistic customised (flying) beasts. But: 1 million times sold in the first month of being available.

PPPS.: the pictorial representation of extinct animals offers unquestionable artistic freedom. Dotted or striped, scaled or feathered, blueish or brownish, or transitions in between, who will ever know. So far, I’ve liked PaleoGuy on Deviantart (Happy Dinovember!) and James Kuether‘s “scientific artwork” the best. Great cinema! The first thing that caught my eye was his “Quetzalcoatlus Custom image for AZMNH“. Having it as wallpaper!

Read here the original German posting:

Convenience aus dem Kimmeridgium

..aber wie stehts mit dem automatischen IronieTransfer?

Note: a funny English version of this Kauderwelsh may be obtained by filling the words into the 😉

Wer mehr als einsprachig ist, – bei mir zet B hat sich seit der fünften Klasse klassischerweise Englisch begonnen, festzusetzen – dem fällt im Direktvergleich IMMER der stets andere Geist auf, der in verschiedenen Sprachen weht. “Un linguaggio diverso è una visione diversa della vita” gibts als Sprichwort von…. Bei deutsch vs. english sticht nach kurzer Einarbeitungszeit sogleich die Variable Humor ins Auge, der hie und da doch recht verschieden ausfällt- to put it generously. Ich kann mich lebhaft an mein sudden delight in der ich glaube Elften erinnern, als mein favorite English teacher den schönen Satz zur  Beleuchtung der continuous form brachte: “What a funny day today – I even succeeded in waking Kunze* up.”

Ein ebenso gleichwertiger, wunderbarer Fund der letzten Tage gelang mit der Ergoogelung von, dessen Lektüre mich gefühlt alle vier Zeilen wenigstens (i.e. leisestens) zum Schmunzeln äh, ermutigte.

Gefunden, das muß ich dazusagen, hatte ich dieses Vergnügen über das Googeln des Begriffes “bahia emerald”, der in dem nicht minder empfehlungswürdigen The secret lives of colours-Buch von Kassia St. Clair im smaragdgrün gefärbten Kapitel eher beiläufig angeführt wird. Irgendwann beim Lesen dieser abstrusen Geschichte um diesen 350+kilo-Steinklumpen hab ich mich gefragt,

warum man diesen Esprit nicht öfter in deutschen Texten findet. Mm. Und dann ausprobiert mit simplen copy&paste, ob sich das (Amüsemang beim Lesen auf englisch) ins Diesseitige herüberretten läßt. Ausprobiert mit einer dochaus erstaunlichen Testvorrichtung für Ironie-TransferTauglichkeit: die fand ich unlängst online@home beim – ein in Köln ansässiges Unternehmen für KI-gestützte Übersetzungen. Wow. Testet mal selbst!

Bis auf unfreiwillige=unprogrammierte sehr humoristische Ausreisser à la: Eine Sache, die beide hassen, ist der Smaragd-Fall. Er ist ein abgefahrener Maulwurf von Intriganten. ist man doch schon nah dran, oder?

Auf diese Art (bestimmt) tollkühn geworden erfährt man, daß plötzliche persönliche Entdeckungen wie von selbst im Gedächtnis haften bleiben . Ola!  Bildungsferne Idee: Mit dieserart unerwarteter Hilfe kann nun auch der polyglotly unbeschlagene Wikifan anfangen, fehlende deutschsprachige Seiten “umzufüllen” (würd ich statt “automatisch” oder gar “kreieren” so sagen). Zum Beispiel folgende englische Wikiseiten, die keine deutsche Version haben (Schande! Skandal!):

oder auch das erstaunliche, damit zusammenhängende beispielgebende

…und im Nu stehen weitere Spielmöglichkeiten Schlange an der Tür: die Frage unter anderem, wo denn im Englischen bitte ne Entsprechung für zum Beispiel “Nach meinem Dafürhalten” steht? Oder wie man an eigene Wortkettenschöpfung rankommt. Oder wo bitte OK, Google ist im Deutschen der Elefant, der hier mit uns im Raum sitzt? Oder die Ecke, in die man sich hineingemalt hat?? Da brauchts Fantasie und die dafür hergerichteten segelbereiten Hirne. Ganz wie der Asterix Obelix Stasinix ab (24:55) selbstironisch/ernst im Halbspaß doziret.

PS.:* der Name wurde aus meinen sonntäglich schlummernden Gedächtniswindungen herbeiplausibilisiert, also: ohne Gewähr, wie der erwachende wahre Held tatsächlich hieß..

PPS.: auch Google ist natürlich im AutoÜbersetzerRennen mit dabei. Testet das doch mal mit den Einstellungsmöglichkeiten am rechten unteren Rand der youtube Filme – warum nicht gleich beim Interview mit obiger Buchautorin: hier “automatisch erzeugte” deutsche Untertitel errechnen lassen! Wow/Naja!

Oder füllt mal diesen Text hier vor Euch ein! O My 😉


heute und warum auch nicht: Musik/Soundtracks zum ironiebestärkten Neuanfangs des TransVersVorgangs – merci, Claudiae, für diese kleine-DJ-task-zwischendurch :

oder, off obiger duty, eine längst fällige soothing Ode an die Computerarbeit. Hier passend angereicht in einer move-your-ass-trotz-home-office version als Merengue: Its more fun to compute




Of All Things: Could Handbags Save The World?

Nobody would have guessed that such remotees like forensics and fashion one day would merge into the globe-spanning “How to spot a fake designer handbag” question. Days like this, when affluent fashion victims are struggling harder than ever to keep on the “right path” – who would have thought that, could have imagined! Just meet jaw-dropping sixty million search results today on Google – crazy!

Me lost in humble research how to turn my paintings into handbags quite often plunge into this  deluge of posts & tutorials. For these clips, lists and advices are – no kidding – really instructive and lead me to the expert way considering the manufacturing of handbags made of my pareidolic paintings. Instructive, because all these counterfeit-agents deliver an often deep insight into the properties of luxurious designer bag artisanry. Beside those gorgeously unsnobby amateurs like Emma introducing her real Louis Vitton favs there are also the big mags like Harper’s Bazaar and Cosmopolitan supporting my thesis. All these stuff helps me think about the genesis of my own bags.

But caution: In case you proudly bought one of these bags pictured on this site, I’m sorry to tell you that you fell victim to a counterfeit.

You can’t buy an original pinxographic handbag because there still are none.

They all are dreamy subject of premonition, only exist as painted paper-sheets-turned-into-juicy-jpgs on the xcreen, hardly more than a nifty vision of a future real thing.

After such lots of drafts and designs this is admittedly economically inexcusable. All the more consider this is the fourth(!) semester I work on the idea. If there are still no handbags available the reason therefor lies in

My dream of handbags saving the world.

Bag (production) which is far from polluting rivers, consuming precious resources, waste energy,  materials or further heating up the atmosphere – the  quick-and-dirty coming to mind recommendation of printing patterns on used tarpaulin is much too short of vision – thanks, Jan, for your support! Bags that warm nothing but the hearts of the proud owner (or those of the aficionados). Bags that transform into something new instead of being discarded, bags that reform in(to) new splendor, style and colour grandezza. Or, even more daring : return back to the field, to the lab, to the light or.. this is hard to swallow: into yaps actually?

“Of all the things in the world! Handbags! Saving the world!” some might think. “Such superfluous status symbols! Such a weirdo!”


Maybe weirdo, but as the state of the world is today, EVERYTHING has to save the planet: nutrition, apparel, living space, transportation, communication, knowledge, empathy, even gangs of forgers ?  Well, and lifestyle, too. So why not, for lifestyle implies vorbild potential (seen from this angle designer bags would be ideal for viral spreading-the-news).

But how? ..and the  quest begins..

While adrenalising-about in the internet™ I discovered Señorina ecowarriorprincess, giving hints on errors in reasoning about saving the future with new established sustainable fashion brands. I don’t stop being surprised what kind of new horizons open up by simply continuing this research. Topics like discussions about faulty start-up investment by German venture capital-mag, the posh feature film ‘The Next Blackabout the future of clothing dealing with new biomimetic ways of production, DNA origami,  the ifixit-movement. Telling the wheat from the chaff on Or, next bonanza of inspiration: the magnificent TEDx series – I’m just getting started- à propos/like Suzanne Lee: grow your own clothes:

«In the future: what would you choose to grow?»

or German Max Planck Gesellschaft: Exploiting Big Data to create innovative materials:

«Twelve Max Planck Society facilities are bundling their expertise in the data-driven materials sciences.»



Music while transforming this text from the original German version today:

Link – Arcadian (Artificial Intelligence 2)

IO (Mulen) – Open Mind

Steely Dan: “The Royal Scam”, ABC, 1976

Jay Bliss – Zâmbet De Soare

Thomas Dolby:” Aliens Ate My Buick”, Lost Toy People, 1981- check out this cool live Version of the album opener here.

Ventilator English – I’m A Fän!

Obwohl ich mich über meinen EnglischUnterricht auch Jahr(zehnt)e danach wirklich nicht beklagen kann – wir übten im Zuge gar live and DIY im LK ta-dah! süß-saure Küche – schlage ich dem globalsichtigen Oberschulamt wheresöver hier eine fff FunFaktorFergrößerung vor: lehrstoffaufnahmefördernde klassische Musik zum bewegt illustrierten Wortspiel – plus allerliebst blumenbouquetgarniert visualisierter Verdurchschüttelung. Ganz zu schweigen von dieser stellenweise wunderbar angenervten “Moderation” –

gorgeous, hilarious, Ms. Fanning! And a big shout out to.. Vogue!


And, by the way: would you like to have some umlauts with it?

Painting The Spume Of My Mind – Artist Statement PinXoGraphy

ambrotypie_uffelmann_fotnAfter taking photographic pictures for thirty-five years I felt a little weary and was worrying what photography could be for me in days to come. For with the dawn of Big Data taking and sharing pictures online has lost its innocence, and those trillions of daily added pics being seized by big companies making that old “Wissen ist Macht” finally come true. Just a few examples here and here..

These were two significant points for me to start looking for something new. Something fresh, something exciting, something way out of this modern digital world but mainly:

I craved something I’d never seen before.

Some good reads about painting regaining the predominance over photography finally brought me back to this bulk of old posters of my first band back in the 80ies ( I played the bass guitar), their empty backsides and pastel chalks in summer of 2015.

Since then amazing things happend. With my self-established rule simply being:  paint first, then digitally recolour. It turned out to be a seemingly unlimited source of astonishing, never-seen-before pictures, I some day labelled as “Nuancism“, some day as “tangled undergrowth paintings”:


But there’s an abundance of pure stark colour, too:


The question with them is: what comes to mind if you don’t recognize anything immediately?

My answer is: your personal memory.


And: it works automatically, involuntarily. So with these pictures you can get access on things you thought you forgot.

Although this ongoing flowing of pictures – I made a sheer 30 thousands within the last three years out of the 680+ sheets first painted, then processed digitally –

this is not about painting pictures, it’s about stimuli.

So I found a vast test field for the power of the human memory triggered by humble colours and funny shapes avoiding the obvious by simply doodling away in summer 2015. Challenge for (your) looking-on and pareidolic kaleidoscope for a thing called pictorial memory.


But starting painting in 2015 would have been as half as thrilling if it didn’t also bring into account/ignored all the modern wash of pictures that flood our overloaded modern brains.minds. Painting these pictures therefor means deliberately irritating the process of the 13 milliseconds that our brain really needs to judge a picture, thereby (re)calling all your available information, realizing your mind being stamped with/by brand logos, corporate designs and pictorial claims. PinXoGraphy as a serendipitously discovered means to learn that the brain memorizes anything by tickling the looking experience.

For maybe there’s a new-born/resurrected quality of abstract paintings which come to provide an apt echo chamber for elusive modern phenomena like short attention span, nomophobia, burnout, so this obsolete art form may regain new potential.

A potential in exploring areas in life that are hard to express verbally: feelings, premonitions related to social life, human behaviour, feelings towards or impacts of the world of work or that of business, even diplomacy. . Here my first few examples:



Then quickly came the idea of pinxographic home decoration:


or some special flavour for leisure-themed venues:

New in June ’17: a crazy idea from my neighbour I met while walking the dog lead me to start cutting out.. handbags (!) of the works:

So Hey! I can start all over with a presque inexhaustible quantum of footage ;-) but: of all things: could handbags save the world?

See a lot more PinXoGraphics here, a few more HandBag designs here.

Best-loved comment to this picture below: “Like a Japanese Miró!”


Listening to while… writing and editing:

St. Germain: “Boulevard” , F-Communications, 1995

Veronika Harcsa & Balint Gyemant: “Tell Her”, TRAUMTON, 2016

Yuja Wang “Ravel”, Deutsche Grammophon, 2015

Let Google Do The Work – My Gallery FAQ

Everyone looking at pics en masse would be familiar with this feeling of annoyance. Quite a few online portfolios of photographers, art dealers, model agencies or magazines fastidiously deliver pic-by-pic slide shows without providing a much more convenient overall view.

Seems like there´s someone aspiring out there trying to re-educate us in our fast-pacedness, tempting to slow us down as we arrive kneeling down in front of one single picture just like in former times but
I´m sure those days are gone forever.
It’s too easy to browse through hundreds of pics per minute. Everyone on the internet does it on a daily basis, but the slowness of one pick per click is getting on our trembling nerves.
So I took on an experiment by letting Google present the overview to my pics. Feeding the searching machine with “site of:“, it displays all enlisted pics of this website.
The price I pay for doing this is that visitors might get confused when they click on a “pics” button and are then automatically connected to google search results showing a wild mix of soodlepoodligan content.
It takes a little time to get used to this kind of presentation.
The thumbnails-to-be-found get you back to the site. Starting March 2015 I began to change around the word search as I was getting bored with always the same old resulting mix. I found an easy way to bring in some variation: there’s an abundance of pictures and text, most of the pics on this blog are untagged and surrounded by text. So I took a chance

by throwing in one single word to get out a diversity of pics.

Different words put into the search lead to different mixes of pictures. Here are three “compilations” using the search words  “habe (have)“, “an (at)” & “aus (off, from)“ f.l.t.r.

screenshot-diary-2016-01-18  screenshot-diary-20160118an  screenshot-diary-20160118b-

This way of pictorial lottery turns out to be an exciting way of juxtaposing my own pics – fotos, paintings or construction drawings find new neighbours to astonishing effects. Just like Austrian photographer Alois Hechenblaikner, or Lilah Ramzi´s Part Nouveau – two artists/curators working (albeit more deliberately ;-) ) on the two-picture-phenomenon.

Since then I tried these following words to make up my gallery:

By steadily adding more and more pictures and text this way of mixing is always dynamicely reacting to the latest status. By using the same old search string words there´s always new combinations of older and newest.

Revisiting those pics from time to time, I´d like to give some    to the most entertaining quests.

This  brought the idea of combining foto (right) and exclusively mouse click induced imagery (left) as splash screen:

Related hobbyhorse: the presentation of my pastells which all have the bit “ebk-scanp” in their file name. Online since June 2015. Next season: file under “ntr-scanp”, the most recent third file under “ysp-scanp”. Hey – do you feel the difference??

Some more mixes for Pleasure Of Beholding:

screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-regelmaessig  screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-einfach  screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-grob  screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-rein  screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-100f   screenshot-diary-2015-12-31-pw-200b

Read the German version of this article.


Listening to while translating/writing:

Paul McCartney: “McCartney II”, Parlophone 1979

Matthew Herbert: “Scale” K7, 2006

Etienne de Crécy: “Tempovision”, Disques Solid, 2000

Clinton: “Disco and the Halfway to Discontent”, VIrgin, 1999

The Cardigans: “Life”, Polydor, 1995

Hey Kids, I Shrunk the Works!

It seems to me there´s no little portion of defiance in dodging two of the main rules of marketable art: the bigger the better and the almost boldest classical must: it has to be oil (spilling?) on canvas. Instead I stubbornly stick to coloured pencil, delicate chalk pastels on some old paper. Even worse: after scribbling, smearing and milling I feed the work into the computer (devaluating!) and now even  decrease the size of the pictures to a double stamp square.

But I just found out that this minor size is the best to make those strange paintings confer their effects on the beholder. For all the automatic puzzling over technique and traces of getting the paint onto the paper vanish by minimizing and the picture can develope the pure pictorial effect on those who look at it.

In my case its about 200 pixels in height (the numbers below are those of the sheets I painted on):pinxstamp-226-227

So now – what do you see there? Strange parts of even stranger animals? Some spacial sceneries, cassical scenic painting for Wagnerian operas, the lower side of shower mats, beaks, spanish wind, light-emitting computer mice with …pimples??

Or here below:



Bubbles in space? Twin eggs? Metal worms like gooseneck microphones as in science fiction comics? Luminous deep sea fishKumquats? Melting roses?


Bulbs? Flyers? Sun reflecting in water? May be. All of that. And probably a lot more

It was the standard computer settings of displaying of pic files as thumbnails that suggested these way of looking at something in fact much bigger in size. Scandal that some kind of technical default intervenes my personal aesthetics!

Here some zoom-ins, “crudely exaggerated” close-ups of the same pics. An other world!

ebk-scanp-151108-212c-n2cut ebk-scanp-151121-227-mcut ebk-scanp-151031-191_r6cut ebk-scanp-151108-212c-ncut ebk-scanp-151109-214f_rcut ebk-scanp-151120-226d-mcut
ebk-scanp-151122-228c-recol ebk-scanp-151123-229c-man ebk-scanp-151123-229-recoll

Read the original German version of this posting.

PS.: By the way the “luminous deep sea” feedback to the pics multiplied during the last days of showing round. Meanwhile I found some very special “models” for further drawings here  – encouragement for further pinxographic excentric excursions from a total unexpected side ,-)

May 15th 2016: The shrinking continues!

Here´s 38 new works in mini size as I´m browsing my PinXoGraphic Sheets-and-Scans: The Hey Kids, I Shrunk The Works Collection # 322 – #342 :shrunk-collection323-342


Listening to while shrinking  :

Groove Armada: “Late Night Tales” Vol. 2, Azuli Records, 2008