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speaking in tongues!

Posted on November 30, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
Tis the season to be jolly ... 'en francais'!
dready speaks french, who knew ... but the truth is you can't make new friends unless you speak their language, whether that language is french, spanish, italian, german, malay, sinhalese maybe (because we just tested an image for Singapore); russian, 'da da nyet nyet, da!' ... english or patois.
I like this image, in french or english ... the character...

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Through the mystics of tomorrow!

Posted on November 29, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
Reading a copy of Southwestern Art magazine, that was lurking around somebody else's space, set me to doing this dready ... 
my father, at one stage in his life, oddly for a Jamaican I thought, loved western/cowboy art ... but then I suppose it befitted that place and that time in which he loved it ... 
And I spent a lot of time on horses growing up and some of that time included ropes and spurs and...

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yeah, but can you draw?

Posted on November 24, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
I dunno ...
there are a few still life's and nudes, with my name on them, lurking on people's walls ...
but why be normal ... why not do dreadys?
live love life

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letting your dogs run wild

Posted on November 24, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
somebody told me the other day that they loved the dready art because of its 'whimsy' ... 
a bit of a cool word that ... sometimes I think you just kinda have to let the dogs run wild and do what's in your head and don't pay too much attention to all the wrong noise others are going to make about what you're doing.
I did this dready for a girl and her man.
easy nuh super!

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some things are different ...

Posted on November 23, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
I fell into doing dready designs on boats with one called Mudslide Run ... 
what attracted me to Mundele was that I could do something a little different; if I simply thought in terms of dready being faux primitive art this would fit into that 'box' while being outside of it!
Mundele is a Central African word for white man and the 'carriole' image is of a typical hewn canoe of the kind that's punted...

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