Snail's Postcard Post

This is Halloween

IMG_6806IMG_6807IMG_6808IMG_6809IMG_6810IMG_6811IMG_6812IMG_6813IMG_6814IMG_6815IMG_6816IMG_6818IMG_6819Like many artists, Claudia Kunin’s art and her life are very much alike. A witchy woman in love with early Americana (Colonial, Civil War era, Western), her exquisite photographs conjure these periods like a medium at a seance. Yet her approach is current. Kunin often shoots digitally, and the postcard above is only seen to full effect with 3-D glasses! Oppositely, and yet the same, she created another series in the form of stereoscope slides! Check out claudiakunin.comIMG_6820IMG_6821If you’re not familiar with this one of a kind theater that has charmed generations of Angelenos, check out www.bobbakermarionettes.comIMG_6822IMG_6823IMG_6824Literary Diaspora is an ongoing postcard project by the delightful young adult writer/graphic novelist Cecil Castellucci. IMG_6825img_4104img_4105img_4110img_4109Happy Halloween! Come back on Saturday to celebrate Dia de los Muertos!


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