Collaborative traditional cut and paste (scissors and glue ) collage blog with a weekly set theme.
It requires a moment or two to take it all in—the spikes from the lower left, the skull on the cushion, the surly expression on the faces of the indigenous people—but it's marvelous, all contrasting with the women in their fancy sweaters. Well done!
Nice sepia tone to this one! Excellent!
For some reason, W, Blogspot is duplicating all my attempted comments, as I see it is also doing to you. For some reason, W, Blogspot is duplicating all my attempted comments, as I see it is also doing to you. (Hah...did that just to be funny...weak attempt, I admit...). Anyway, because I am tired of laboriously deleting all the extra duplicative comments, I am going to refrain from comments for a little while and see if it gets fixed.
I love the man in the left corner with the spikes; there's a lot to be seen in this collage.
I like matching Mother & Daughter outfits...much like the lack of matching Mother & Daughter outfits on the pair in the upper left corner!
Yes, you noticed!
From the womb to the tomb - ok - not exactly, the baby is missing, but this came into my mind when I saw your collage. Interesting anthropological treatise.