" I've got to feel the penciland see the words at theend of the pencil."- - - William Faulkner:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::○ yes○ no○ bothrub the bubblew/ №2 thin pencilscentral on spotpointed to precisionerasable as ever afterplumbing plumbago& grey graphitegrind thru pigmentsketching shadescopied in carbonblank for blancagainst any groundwhere gaps escapephantasm of the pagemark makingmaking markmark makingmaking markmark making(for example,gram, reserve, incision,trace, spacing, blank -sens blanc, sang blanc,sans blanc, cent blancs,semblant - supplement,pharmakon,margin-mark-march, etc. )"...slightly more effervescent crucibles.". . . . . . ..
I like it.Dude, you are rich in pencils.
hey Susan!(shrugs ashamedly)sorry i've been so slow to get something thru the post to you, i feel guilty, but i have got some stuff piled up, okay?i really dug yr pkg, lots of nifty surprises contained therein!oh, yeah, i'm nuts about vintage pencils, i love old people's houses, i flat out ask if i can look thru their junk drawers, i always find a pencil & sometimes at the junkstore you can get lucky, i've been accumulating alot of old pencils for a project i've had in my head, hopefully one day it'll finally materialize...one of the drawbacks of being a packrat is that there's so much junk that needs to come together as something, but sometimes the array gets in the way, having too much stuff & being bewildered about what to do first!
I love these photographs about pencils "pure" and "velvet"..."august golf"very fachinating...i'm happy to see this...
yes, i like that Velvet one too...my favorite is the "be sharp" one though, it is kind of funny...pencils were once a high form of technology...i am happy when i draw with pencils, they have their own certain quality, also, i like to sharpen them & when i am drawing a lot, a pencil can go pretty fast!
there is actually an american pencil colectors society:http://www.pencilcollector.org/i kid you not.
Great series of abstract photos!
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