I love your playing with words
"... as we strive to get our bearings ..."
5 years and 2 months ago...
Duncan: Thank you for the "graphic poems" of subtletalk.com. It seems that you are creating a new literary genre. Waiting for more, Marijke
5 years and 3 months ago...
This is such an amazing concept that you've developed. It's so creative and very inspiring!
It's a site that you can just keep going back to and seeing new things or new interpretations - always exciting!
5 years and 4 months ago...
We jumped past a few hurdles in these first nine months of subtletalk online. Finding a rhythm. Taking chances. Making changes.
Not long ago, I gave a well-known Vietnamese painter a simple text and carte blanche to paint "A Banjo at the Waterfall". For me it was a title that deserved a painterly story. He took it all the way there! Normally with these posters I present the artist with a text and certain elements that I want present in the finished artwork. This time it was different. I look forward to using the "title" approach again. It can produce another kind of fruit.
We are averaging two new posters per month. I am interested in attracting artists who are sympathetic to what subtletalk is doing. I am especially eager to see some drawers and typographers participate. Please let them know if you happen to know any.
I think I will be adding fluidity to the comments section of this site soon by positioning some poetry there. Under Profile, you will find a link to a book of poems I published in 2006. There is also a review there. Comments are not as frequent as I would like on this site so adding a few poems now and again will make up for it. Poems have dynamic structures; perhaps they can be seen as comments under construction. Of course, I heartily welcome comments from visitors to this site.
5 years and 5 months ago...
You said I would enjoy this new site and find it fascinating - right on both counts.
john r dicks
5 years and 9 months ago...
Oh my, the new poster is magical!
5 years and 10 months ago...
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