Friday, 14 January 2011


This is a photograph of some art.
What do you see?
Just one thing "JEG" is the same as "I" in English.
I will tell you more about it tomorrow.
- Have a nice weekend-
PS. Thanks for all the comments on yesterdays cooool dog.
I will tell him about it, if I see him again.

11 comments:

Farmchick said...

Looking forward to a bit of an explanation on this one. Looks a bit puzzling to me.

ρομπερτ said...

How great if able to fit into straight lines.

Please have a good weekend.

daily athens

Jacob said...

Looks like some graffiti I've seen in downtown Ocala! :-)

James Mark said...

Effective but bewildering.

cieldequimper said...

Maybe that cool dog did it?!

quantum satis said...

minner meg om en gammel, norsk kunstner som hadde utstilling i Oslo (Astrup Ferner)i fjor. Hva var det nå hanhet igjen ? ...jeg må konsultere Adelheid...

quantum satis said...

Skal ikke nevne navnet, men uten å røpe for mye: jeg får også assosiasjoner til vevde tepper....

Daryl said...

Thank you for visiting, leaving a comment AND following me . now if you would just go to your blog's settings, comments and then check off the attach email to comment .. then when you comment on a blog the blogger can click on your name and get connected via email to you so they, I, can reply ... regardless I thank you for following me!

Grace said...

Great Idea! I am a big ArtFan.
The script looks like from a 6 year old child.
The weather the last days is spring feeling.
I walk a lot with my dog...and he is happy!
Greetings from the Berlin:)

Sharon Creech said...

I like it but don't know what I'm seeing!

Gunn said...

Well this famous art is made by the late Ludvig Eikaas. I don't know WHAT he wanted to say with this art, and it would have been very interesting to have known.
As most times when I go to an exhibition with someone, (my husband for instance), the other person often sees things very differently from me.
Interesting also to read the comments here. It shows what I thought also goes for photography. It very much depends on the eyes of the beholder. Look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludvig_Eikaas for more info about the artist and his art.