Thursday, 2 June 2016
From my archives: this is approach #1 (see below)—a "simple" frame.
I almost feel blessed these days, just as the hand in the image is almost in a position of blessing. I'm still going through kind of a dark time, but the light streaming from the exit is getting brighter every week.
Cross-sectioned cadaver hand is from the Atlas of Topographic Anatomy (1911) by the flamboyant & controversial French surgeon Eugène-Louis Doyen. Large postage stamp (astronaut) is from Dubai. Smaller artistamp (boy) is by C.T. Chew.