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I feel like I have seen this in photograph form before?
Edited to add: I HAVE! But of course I can find no source/credit for it:

I feel like I have seen this in photograph form before?

Edited to add: I HAVE! But of course I can find no source/credit for it:

bigdumps:

again
curl up tiny tinier tinier 
boop

i don’t know what it is about this morning/this art but it is hitting all the right buttons right now.

bigdumps:

again

curl up tiny tinier tinier 

boop

i don’t know what it is about this morning/this art but it is hitting all the right buttons right now.

zanettesingh:

Long Term Relationship
18x24
ink on paper
2009
(The first time i showed this drawing was in a gallery on queen st. w.  and on the last day of the exhibit a very sweet couple in their 80’s were peering through the  sidewalk window, arguing about something, but i couldn’t hear. After a few minutes they came barging in the gallery and walked straight to this piece. And yelled at each at each either, debating about the relationship between this couple. I listened and leaned in, passively suggesting I was available for input (as the artist) but they didn’t even notice my pathetic attempt to advise and so, I reclined back into my chair and went back to drinking my cider I had not so secretly poured into a water bottle. They stayed for about 15 minutes yelling at each other about the piece, barley looked at the other drawings and left. That’s why I like this drawing.  This drawing was later sold as a wedding present).

 i don’t know which i love more: the drawing, or the story behind it.

zanettesingh:

Long Term Relationship

18x24

ink on paper

2009

(The first time i showed this drawing was in a gallery on queen st. w.  and on the last day of the exhibit a very sweet couple in their 80’s were peering through the  sidewalk window, arguing about something, but i couldn’t hear. After a few minutes they came barging in the gallery and walked straight to this piece. And yelled at each at each either, debating about the relationship between this couple. I listened and leaned in, passively suggesting I was available for input (as the artist) but they didn’t even notice my pathetic attempt to advise and so, I reclined back into my chair and went back to drinking my cider I had not so secretly poured into a water bottle. They stayed for about 15 minutes yelling at each other about the piece, barley looked at the other drawings and left. That’s why I like this drawing.  This drawing was later sold as a wedding present).

 i don’t know which i love more: the drawing, or the story behind it.