Saturday, December 03, 2005

Blue, Blue, My World is Blue…



Ah, ze Illustration Friday, she is once upon us. Ze word of ze week, she is "blue." If you do not get ze joke, ask your mozher…

TTFN
-Tony LaRocca

13 comments:

Dorkus Americanus said...

Very creative! You got talent, boy, you're going far!

french toast girl said...

You. Are. Disturbed.

But I love you anyway.

Rowantree said...

Freedom wings, be careful to keep away from hunters !

Knitting Painter Woman said...

I think your brain activity is on a different channel than most people. But how interesting to have some of the info in French....

Thanks for posting the conversation about heaven, bodies and eating. Your son cannot possibly know how lucky he is to have a patient, loving dad...

Do you think dead people mind that they can see and hear but not talk to people who are still alive? Or do they talk to each other? Maybe there will be good eavesdropping in my future.

Tony LaRocca said...

Ha ha ha... patient... ha ho hee hee...

Hmm... I really don't know if dead people can or can't see the living or if they can or can't interact with them. Perhaps they can in our dreams- I've dreamt about dead people pleanty of times. Maybe the next life is so completly different from this one that interaction between us and them is impossible, or just not comprehensible for what it really is. Maybe being alive is like being a radio signal and being dead is like a television signal. One can cause interference with the other, but televisions and radios can't decode each others signals. Sometimes I wonder if I'm dead and don't know it. Sometimes I wonder if every night I go to sleep and wake up as a completly different person with a lifetime of memories (but no memory of my former self.) OK, time for a drink...

Anonymous said...

I like how it appears to be made into a piece of art with canvas texture - nice painting. Your Sister is right };-}

PS: Some dead people can see the living and they can interact. Visa-versa.

carla said...

You're either a really sick puppy, or you're the millenium's most sensitive man who knows the true meaning of PMS. Either way, this is yet another example of your brilliance, Tony. Good one:>

Jen said...

Carla, as his wife I can assure you that he is one sick puppy. And I love him just the way he is :)

Todd DeWolf said...

Are these the artsy-fartsy variety? Must have missed those while shopping. Tony-you are an interesting fellow. Creative-yes!-but interesting! Your sisters comment cracked me up! You look at things slightly off centered, non? Cheers!

Vicki Gausden said...

Definitely an interesting take on the topic and one I hadn't considered! I like the painterly feel to this piece.

Tony Sarrecchia... said...

I would have never thought....wow...Interesting interperation. "Out of the box" must be your middle name. Great job.

LDahl said...

Hahaha! Oh, someone else has gotten the "commercial" giggles!
Oh dear, but only you have the courage... heheh!

Well a trip to your blog is always an adventure, not to be taken lightly, but always a delight.

Catnapping said...

this would have been a great choice for "free," ey?

omg and lol.