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# Entomology 2:
Military Moths of Europe.


(More entomology here.)
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:49, archived)
# I say...
...that is motht entertaining ;)
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:50, archived)
# Right you
Out. Now.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:51, archived)
# Bweeeeeeeeeeoooooop!
bweeeeeeeeeeeooooooop!
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:55, archived)
# wooyay!
you like your art, mr cassidy, don't you. are you familiar with wanda wulz? she was doing b3ta in the 1930s
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:50, archived)
#
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:53, archived)
# Photomontage
- difficult ☺ but ace when it's that good
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:55, archived)
# That is...
...pretty godamned nice, isn't it!
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:55, archived)
# humandescent in an earlier
life perhaps?
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:59, archived)
# she was a futurist
and he and b3ta is in her future so she was right :)
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:01, archived)
# I don't recognise the name.
Thanks for the pointer - a quick Google finds several references to her double-exposure "cat and I" photo - as you say, very proto-b3ta.
I will make a mental note to investigate further.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:59, archived)
# i'm not entirely sure there's that much more of her stuff
that's quite so b3tan, but that one image is particularly striking.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:02, archived)
# for proper 1st generation photo-montage...
check out John Heartfield and the Berlin Dadaists. The FIRST photoshoppers, pre-dating the surrealists by a good couple years.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:03, archived)
# Heartfield seems a bit crude and preachy, after all this time.
A lot of the political stuff is at the level of the Bush=monkey images - and was evidently similarly ineffective.
But I agree that it was very innovative at the time.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:16, archived)
# lovely sir.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:52, archived)
# have you seen 'The Loft' or 'The Attic'
by mantlepies?
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:53, archived)
# I don't think so.
And as mantlepies.com seems to have been shut down, I might not be able to do so in the near future.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:05, archived)
# heh
nicely done
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 21:55, archived)
# Thanks again for kind remarks, and helpful suggestions.
And lo and behold, it's on the front page.
[Tries to look blasť, but fails miserably.]
(, Wed 2 Jul 2003, 22:42, archived)