Posted in Belletristica, Eyecandy, Interna, Interviews by Suzanne on September 11th, 2006 | BBC Wikipedia
© Ray Caesar – click to enlarge
Once there was a little bunny
who had a little furry tail and a little shiny nose.
But the electrodeath cloud of commerce strangled it
and its foxhole was converted to a parking lot
a parking lot, a parking lot.
Ample parking asphalted over bunny bones.
Everyone everyone everyone get in.
(Bedtime Stories by Thom Yorke by David Hart)
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Your help needed!
Could anyone please help me identify the artist of the picture above?
I think it’s from around 1880 and if I’m not completely mistaken, the artist’s name sounds somewhat French.
Thank you very much for your help.
As always, the ingenious mind of Mr Substrom found the correct answer: Albert Penot. Chapeau, monsieur, chapeau!
In other news, a little worm greeted me with the word “Krankenkassenwechsel” the other day while I was gardening. I found it pretty unusual that the first (and probably last) word I’ve ever exchanged with a worm would be “Krankenkassenwechsel”. I replied “Hullo?!?”, but it said no more. Hmm… maybe it swallowed a tiny radio. Oh well, at least it wasn’t a swedish maggot.