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If she didn’t drink, she was too shy to say anything to anyone. If she did, those she talked to soon found reasons to be somewhere else.

Thanks Mr Archimboldo for the animal and fish portrait figures…

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archimboldo, incognita, party, social_event, what_makes_people_work

Comments

  • Bridgett Ferguson
    Bridgett Fergusonover 6 years ago

    I can relate to Cog’s dilemma all too well…..lol. :P
    awesome work as always Incognita!! :)

  • Lucan Industries
    Lucan Industriesover 6 years ago

    Those animal figures are intense.
    “How do colours taste to them?’ Great line.
    Baudelaire could see sounds in colour apparently.

  • Cathie Tranent
    Cathie Tranentover 6 years ago

    Paranoia at it’s best …. never mind love they’re just admiring the simple lines of your outfit!!

  • Mummified
    Mummifiedover 6 years ago

    Some of those parties are vile, just vile. Trivial chatter that makes me feel utterly discombobulated.
    if only I had Cog to chat to there…

  • LostBoy1
    LostBoy1over 6 years ago

    When i drink around “people” they are usually running away on the inside…leaving their empty smiling vessels behind…

  • Incognita
    Incognitaover 6 years ago

    We should all get together and have a party… we could all stand around awkwardly and look in different directions.

    And then leave early.

    Tho’ I’m sure synathesia would help. Damn that Baudelaire… is there no end to the advantages he had…

  • leannem
    leannemover 6 years ago

    wonderful amazing work….

  • minoan
    minoanover 6 years ago

    this is the fkn icing in that sweet cake!! Yeah brilliant!!

  • Lyuda
    Lyudaover 6 years ago

    Fantastic piece! Haven’t seen better use of art – it fits here perfectly!

  • WoolleyWorld
    WoolleyWorld6 months ago

    minoan and lostboy said it…brilliant work and spot on as always….please please treat us to some more wisdom and shennanigans from Cog and Studly

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