Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Man /Superman Alive and kicking, man!

Yes, art lovers, the man /superman global fiesta continues apace this week with the world's greatest * assemblage apperaing in ,not one, but TWO premium glaerry of human life locations this week.Firstly here at my favourite aunts place http://madauntbernard.blogspot.com/2009/09/trebollocks-finds-superheroes-after.html Mad Aunt Bernard ,tortoise fancying beareded lady lunatic, if you haven't been to her blog, you haven't lived.Gird up your gloisters and get over there. Then as if the world werenot already overflowing with artification, the collage from heaven having mastered the art of bilocation is also at everyone's favourite granny's Heather,she may be 10 years younger than me at 73 but I still like to think of her as gran,she's a taleted craftswoman and becoming a dab hand at the old poetry malarky, get theee gone to her cosy home for a cup of tea and custard creams http://raggedoldblogger.blogspot.com/2009/09/mansuperman-and-gordano-textile-artists.html

8 comments:

Jeanne Iris said...

Great to see Superman in such a variety of settings. He looks appropriate in each one, too, which is evidence of his adaptability. Now, when will he be here on this side of the pond?

Heather said...

Thanks for the comment TFE, but it'll be ginger bickies - you can't dunk custard creams in your tea.

John Hayes said...

MAB's man & superman rocked out--can't wait to see more!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Thanks Jeanne,I'm actually like genuinely excited that M&S is jetting off to Amerikay it will be a vicarious trip for me.The English leg of his tour is ending shortly and i think America is his next stop.Are you ready for him? you had a great idea to show it to the students?

Totalfeckineejit said...

Ginger bikkies are fine Heather, hope you have a teapot with some wonderful cosy you have made on it!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Tour's doing well, John,everyone is doing a fine job, glad you're enjoying!

Jeanne Iris said...

Yes, he will have a place of honor, right next to my NY Yankees cereal bowl, and there will be an opportunity for the students to post their comments of this artistic rendering.


wv: butin: 'Butin, butin, who's got the butin?' (a childhood game played in the U.S.)

Mad Aunt Bernard said...

Just to clarify - you CAN dunk custard creams in tea...I do this frequently, they stand up to dunking much better than biscuit conniosseurs think....:-)