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  1. Monsters

    August 24, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Monsters

    Monsters


  2. Wiggle

    August 8, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    If the creators of Hangover 3 use this one as a tattoo, I’m going to go after them with all I’ve got.

    Wiggle

    Wiggle


  3. Trees

    July 20, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Yes, that’s intentional.

    Trees

    Trees


  4. Fossil

    July 3, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    This one took a while, and ended up much like a skeletal structure. Also looks like a helmet, which reminds me of the film I watched last night, Senna (though this was drawn before that).

    Fossil helmet

    Fossil helmet


  5. Squared

    June 29, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Squared

    Squared


  6. Jellyfish

    June 23, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Once upon a time in the Mediterranean sea, I had to flip out of a small boat, in scuba gear, into a large school of jellyfish. I was wearing a half-suit and one caught the back of my knee. But they didn’t look anything like this:

    Jellyfish

    Jellyfish on steroids


  7. Nailed

    June 22, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    I really like this one, but have nothing clever to say about it. What caption would you give it?

    Nailed

    Nailed


  8. Party

    June 21, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Last evening I went to Darwin College Master’s Garden Party. It was good.

    Symmetric party

    Symmetric party


  9. Drawn and quartered

    June 20, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    This one reminds me of my home city. Pun intended.

    City drawn and quartered

    City drawn and quartered


  10. Some background

    June 18, 2011 by Saar Drimer

    Since I’m putting up my drawings on display, I was advised to say a little about my background, motivation and influences. So here goes…

    My work explores the relationship between postmodern discourse and midlife subcultures. With influences as diverse as Blake and Roy Lichtenstein, new tensions are generated from both traditional and modern textures. Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated by the ephemeral nature of the human condition. What starts out as hope soon becomes corroded into a dialectic of power, leaving only a sense of chaos and the chance of a new synthesis. As temporal forms become frozen through emergent and diverse practice, the viewer is left with a glimpse of the limits of our future. More…

    (UPDATE: this post was, of course, a joke. The link to the app that generated the text above no longer works, and I couldn’t find it elsewhere.)