Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Eleanor Davis

Discovering Eleanor Davis' work is like wandering into a cave and finding prehistoric pictograms never seen by modern eyes. They are spider lines from a fairy tale world where Clark Ashton Smith's bizarre sculptures prance with Tony Millionaire's oddball drunks. This is cartooning at its most sublimely surreal.

The work above is the from Wide Awake Press' 666 (Oct, '06) 'zine release.

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