May 18, 2007

BADKLEE

Appeared on May 18th of 2007.

24 comments:

  1. red/blue/green5/18/2007

    child's play

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  2. Anonymous5/18/2007

    naive man.....

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  3. Anonymous5/18/2007

    rgb colors on a monitor or tele screen. it's all there. in rgb.

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  4. one of my favorite.

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  5. The Thief5/18/2007

    Badklee : un humble hommage à Paul Klee, un de mes peintres préférés.

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  6. Beautiful! I really love this one. Didn't Thom say he found an old sketchbook with the Paul Klee style artwork he used to make when he was studying art? Maybe this is one of them. :-)

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  7. Anonymous5/18/2007

    Thom loves his psychedelic computer pixelated art. Could this be a spinoff, hand-painted version of the earlier entry "WE'RE OK YOU'RE OK" that appeared on March 23rd? Just a guess...

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  8. Anonymous5/18/2007

    This is sweet. They should do more drawings like this.

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  9. Anonymous5/18/2007

    This is lovely!

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  10. Anonymous5/18/2007

    Seriously now, this is so awesome. I hope Stan or Thom post some more of these.

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  11. Im getting very excited about the new album...

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  12. This reminds me of making mosaic pictures in primary school. Fun stuff.

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  13. Anonymous5/18/2007

    memories shoud'nt fade!

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  14. Anonymous5/18/2007

    I think the person was referring to 'Amnesiac'

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  15. child, warrior



    hoor-paar-kraata

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  16. are you serious? this is awesome? maybe awesome in the way that thom cool enough to post up what noah brought back from school.

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  17. seinfeld5/20/2007

    ahhaha. now lets get...to...

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  18. warrior child, very N american in my eyes. warrior. lets be warriors, with the horrors we face. (for the good days)

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  19. Thom mentioned him and Stanley have been looking at German expressionism while doing the artwork for this album. Also, there's an interesting interview done with Stanley during his visit to Rotterdam for the exhibition. You can find the translation and scans in the Hodiau Direkton message board.

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  20. If you google Paul Klee and look at the images shown, some of Klee's paintings are very child-like and look very much like this one. They are also very colourful. I really like this style.

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  21. Anonymous5/22/2007

    ...or rather an amnesiac!

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  22. Anonymous5/28/2007

    its so pretty! why is it that i always love the stuff that a 2 year old could have drawn. just love the style!

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