awesome collection,thanks for sharing Will and to mr.Sica of course;]
Somehow I feel that the world of the imagination was more vibrant when these were designed. They really didn't mind confronting the dark side did they.While I'm here, could you possible change your blogroll entry for me by dropping the .uk at the end please? Its not www.acommonreader.org
Your post about Richard's work have been great. I remember first reading this: http://ajourneyroundmyskull.blogspot.com/2009/11/sphinx.htmlHave any of you seen this bookplate blog?http://bookplatejunkie.blogspot.com/
Thanks for your comments. Tom, I took care of that now. IamANT, that blog is in my "image-centric" links -- you know my taste!Will
Boy, these really drive home the saying, "So many books, so little time!" I think I'd better go eat, read & be merry now.
so amazing! keep on. Angelo
Mr Sica is Wonderful!!! more!
Yes, the work is absolutely marvelous and nagging at times. Fascinating impressions of an artist. Well done ...
"... and, however much my face clouds with sombre vanity, or vulgar vengeance, or contemptible contempt, the bones of my skull beneath it are laughing for ever."(G. K. Chesterton)
So interesting and strange..I love them.