domingo, 9 de mayo de 2010

pedro´s teeth

8 comentarios:

ArtSparker dijo...

Ouch.

ArtSparker dijo...

He has a funny, scrappy sort of face generally, and one tooth in particular seems to be rebelling.

Cláudia dijo...

Buenos muchachos!
"Palabras que rebotan..." - oh, I like that!

aleph dijo...

"Palabras que rebotan" - has a lot of senses, I think. You may not care about those words, or they may stay inside you coming back and forth for a while, rebotando. It depends who says them, i think.

yvette dijo...

who knows what feels pain and what not...

love you

yvette

ArtSparker dijo...

Heh, I don't know if you know this...but I read your comments section, I just translated the phrase Cláudia liked. Wallace Stevens says:

There is not nothing, no, no, never nothing, Like the clashed edges of two words that kill

Well, the ones with edges at least don't return...

Jasmine dijo...

They do seem distreesed though! I love the character of the scalpel worn cutting board placed next to the cold hard marble and the seemingly soft sluffy paper, which also cuts.

It was a nice surprise to find your you tube song xJ

aleph dijo...

Yvette says who knows if things feel or don´t feel pain, it´s a subtle truth. Jasmine sees cutting board, paple marble (wood in fact...) as character, so who knows. Anyway, they seem distressed... they don´t feel pain then, scalpel does not make them bleed. Words go on rebotando, so.

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