Max. Playwright, scriptwriter, freelance writer, sometimes landscape designer and rose breeder from outside of Baltimore. Projects include "Batgirl Inc", the multi-media "Filihinha & Ferdinand", screenscript "Under The Well" and play "The Pot of Marjoram". I eat apples a lot. Horribly square.
Sylvain Piron - ‘Lune’
A Breton jig.
It’s way too hot so I’m indefinitely posting things that remind me of water and thus by association 18th-early 20th century seaside life in attempt to cool myself off. Pirate people go away you make me hate liking this stuff.
VERY funny spin on the The Frog Prince tale, perhaps the funniest and cartooniest bit Michael Ocelot had done. My favorite bit is when they are a giraffe and dachshund. My copy had subtitles, this does not however, but it’s still pretty enjoyable even if you don’t know French (I only understand a tiny tiny bit without subtitles myself).
Django Reinhardt Et Son Orchestre & Nelly Kay -“Mélodie Au Crépuscule” (1943)
Un chant d’amour dans le soir, doucement, au gré du vent se promène Cette chanson, dans mon mon cur, vient de glisser un peu de peine Mélancolie, la mélodie me fait songer à de beaux jours enfuis Et je revois, lentement comme en un rêve Tous mes souvenirs d’antan.
I made a toile out of 19th century illustrations by Félix Bracquemond I think meant for porcelain and heavily influenced by Hokusai’s Japanese woodcuts. Features rabbits, gourds, butterflies, swallows, carnations, mongoose, ducks and a rooster. Great for a children and or nursery room because of all the animals and color palette. Uploaded it to spoonflower, where a clearer/better image is available (with watermark) but not for sale there as they take way too much profit.