Saturday, March 10, 2007

Duccio in the Morning



Badness is banished from the toy city. Our homes are too small for us to live in but we live in them nonetheless.

15 comments:

mountain man said...

Hopefully you can see this picture? The devil is not a good house guest. He befouls your furniture.

mountain man said...

I can't believe the lead singer of Boston is dead. Sadness. More than a feeling is one of my favorite songs ever.

mountain man said...

Today's goal: jump in the Hudson.

Stuck said...

I can't figure out how to get back to somewhere that feels unstuck.

randy said...

This is an alllegory of living in the village in the 21st century. Christ is the bouncer at one of those befouled clubs for the rich and wannabe bridge and tunnel crowd that actually made enough money selling aging-daddy's stock-option trust funds to afford their "design within reach" tiny apartments and Armani exchange threads. Christ is actually giving the little devil directions to a swank sex club for middle aged naturists.

mountain man said...

Swank + middle-aged naturists...I need to see this.

randy said...

you can Mountain Man, you can.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swank

randy said...

even better

http://www.swankmag.com/

Anonymous said...

Eeww.

lazy eye said...

I'll have an order of the sizzling anal platter, please.

randy said...

Don't get me wrong, that Duccio painting is amazing, truly unruly. Space time issues like no other, and those blue rock mountains, soooooo synthetic. I just hadn't had any coffee at the time of my comment and the New New York Slime kept me up all night with their clik-clakky heels and inane banter.
This painting is at the Frick, right, Mountain Man?
I love the Frick.
Frickity-Dick.

mountain man said...

Today I love the devil. I am beseeching him to come back to my toy city. I have room for you in the sideboard. Come back naughty devil!

mountain man said...

Yes this painting is at the Frick. Yes. It is a good painting.

john cougar mellencamp said...

little pink houses, for you and me.

randy said...

Pink Brick Houses, are there any other kind?