Aidan Koch Blue period 2013
The direction of the action contradicts the direction of reading, and for a moment I thought it was supposed to be read right to left. But that creates an amusing short circuit to your reading, which is reinforced by changing point of view in the last panel.
Been thinking a lot about this sort of thing.
(I’d written something else previously, but it was misleading and not very well thought out, so I erased it. Thanks, Berliac, for pointing it out)
Jack Kirby’s concept art for “Lord of Light,” the movie that inspired Argo.
The number one reason I wanted to see Argo.
You can change yourself as well.
What forms your shape is your mind and its interaction with the world that surrounds you. You can do anything here, because this is your world.
This is the shape of your reality.
"Dinosaurs Eating CEO"
My kind of art