She is amazingly creative. I like her collages as well as her cartoons. Thank you for the introduction.
Ruth, I'm glad you clicked on her site. I am in awe of such simple creativity.
Ha - I've seen couples out together like this. I always hope that at least they're texting/calling/emailing each other
XUP: each other?! that would be too weird. It's like couples who grocery shop together with the help of a cell phone.I am so out of touch with these things
That's perfect - I've seen those families.
Thank you for introducing me to her! She's brilliant!
those kids are most of the kids in my class. unfortunately
CotW: all too common, isn't it?Jazz: I've been following her for several months, I love her torn strips of paper that she adds sometimes. The simplist things are worth preserving.
Don: but, but, they are in grade 3!!
What ever happened to having a conversation? But then, I'm sitting here perusing blogs instead of interacting with other numan beings.confused but enjoying it....
Ed: Ha! I know. I spend more time interacting with bloggers than my other friends! It is a strange world we have created for ourselves.
I've never heard of Ozge Samanci before so thanks for posting her work.:)
Hannah: you are welcome. I like to share my happy finds
I have to tell you that I didn't get it at first. It was only through the comments that I figured out what it was all about. Duh!
Irene: no, not quite as obvious as some of my other 'amuses' - a bit more obscure.
What an interesting artiste! See, thats why this blogland is so cool - you get to find out all sorts of stuff that most likely you wouldn't have otherwise.
Sagittarian: Yes, this is cool! I love making these little discoveries.
Oh my God, depressing!
Oh my gosh, this is so true...
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