Saturday, October 16, 2010

# 5

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With a nod and inspiration from
Lord Buckley

12 comments:

tony said...

Yes.People Should Worship People! Amen Brother Buckley.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

This collection, each looks finished, of course. But as a set they look like the beginning of a tarot deck.
!!! -J

maggie's garden said...

Yahoo! Buckley gets it! My hope is that one day people will worship people, and churches/religions will become a thing of the past...and peace will then reside in the hearts of humanity. Somehow I think the matrix of conscious thought is bringing more people to this mindset. Your collage piece is pretty deep. I like it!!

Sam Juliano said...

The hipster Buckey, eh? Great choice thematically! I want to congratulate you Michael on this beautiful makeover, and I will always appreciate those words of wisdom from T.S. Eliot. Typically lovely art work too!

Just Another Film Buff said...

One a day? I mean, wow. How ever do you do this? I'd thought each of these collages on your site would take a few weeks. Seriously amazing stuff, CM. Cheers!

lettuce said...

yes, i think so too

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.M.,
I wasn't aware of the fact, that you were counting down your posting, but anyway, what a very interesting collage and inspirational words from Lord Buckley too!
Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

Skybridge Studios said...

I worship you. :)

John said...

Hipster Lord Buckley is not well remembered today but he influenced so many who followed. Wee done!

Coffee Messiah said...

tony: Seems simple, doesn't it?!

j: Thanks and it's not something I've thought about.

mg: Thanks, although there will still be those opposed to accepting people that are different, no matter what it could be.

sam: Thanks for stopping by.

jafb: Thanks, although if it took a few weeks to do one, I'd be in trouble.

lettuce: Hello and Thanks.

dd: Thanks for stopping by.

sb: I worship U 2 ; )

john: He also supported minorities when most stayed away from the subject. That's what I remember most.

j. said...

your work is quite wonderful. it is all very compelling. thank you for sharing!

Coffee Messiah said...

j: Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!