Tuesday, August 3, 2010

"She cupped her palms over her eyes and waited"



"She cupped her palms over her eyes and waited" - Lisey's Story by Stephen King

12 comments:

paulboo said...

A good friend of mine draws strange and wonderful things like this! Nice to see she's not the only one.

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

whoa!
This seems a creature from Douglas Adams worlds, great find!

Anonymous said...

i love the drawing - you're reading Stephen King again. Is that healthy?

me said...

oops - that anonymous was really 'me'

Martina said...

Uncle Boo, can't it be one of your friends drawings? If she ever has been in Paris ... who knows. But you know what? That is exactly what I like about big cities: one is not the only one!

LS, little bit spooky, eh? I have some more real spooky streetart to come ...

me, oh, of course I instantly knew that anonymous could only be me.

(that's a sentence, ha!)

duh, this Stephen King is a little bit boring ... but I am only on page 48 ... so far no nightmares, *g*.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like the drawing , for some reason reminds me of Miro.

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeht, yes, OF COURSE! Thank you! Femme se poudrant perhaps, or Couple sous la lune ...

Martina said...

beth! beth! beth!

sorry.

Zé Caçador said...

"Creatures"...

Martina said...

Zé Caçador, hm "dancing eyeballs" ...

Ratzfatz said...

love this graffiti

Martina said...

Ratzfatz, it's cool, isn't it? One can't tell from the photo: it is about 20cm in height, so not very large.

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