As we leave September behind, one last fall leaves post…
Plenty of my friends are obsessed with multi-sided dice and with good reason, the antecedents are in pre-history.
Check this die housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
And, of course, no discussion of multi-sided dice can be complete without mentioning the dodecahedron from the Tom Baker era Dr. Who.
I love when I find a piece by that I’ve never seen before from an artist that I knew well.
Van Gogh was a big favorite of my grandmother’s so his works always feel a bit like home to me.
Oh look, Edvard Munch has other works besides the Scream (end facetious font).
Hope you’re enjoying some Fall weather wherever you are.
Living in NOLA, we don’t really have much of an autumnal season, especially not in September when it’s still just hot. I’ve been places that have actual falls and the trees are pretty. So enjoy this month of colorful leaves
I just ran across this photographer, Gray Malin and how I wish I could afford a piece. This Antarctica piece is the perfect respite to a broiling day in New Orleans.