Here’s another set of aboriginal stereotypes, drawn on pieces of wood with some of their bark still attached, and described in some even more wooden verse. The usual markers, by now readily recognizable, are present: the hooked noses, the war bonnet, the headband, the braids. The wooden poems, not so readily readable from the photos,Continue reading “More Wooden Verse”
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The Ultimate Amputee?
At first glance, this set is merely a little mysterious: Could it be the profiles of two pregnancies? Or a couple of faceless guys with bad toothaches? Or perhaps just a couple of chawed-off hunks of bubble gum? Bringing the two shakers towards each other solves the mystery: It is, in fact, the ultimate amputee:Continue reading “The Ultimate Amputee?”