Cat Got Your Food?
Something Ain’t Right
Burlesque Investigations | Part 2
Burlesque Investigations | Part 1
Noir | Ava & Eve at The Olympic
Museum Views VII (Croix)
Andy Shauf: “My Dear Helen”
Thinking about heaven, thinking about everything
So be waiting by those gates, you might need to sneak me in
I don’t know how they feel about us accidental killers
I don’t know how they feel about us tired old men
I don’t know how they feel about us tired old murdering men
Andy Shauf: “Lick Your Wounds”
Light this sidewalk
Drunk I stumble
Words from my mouth, hear me mumble
Who am I to fall in something
Close to loving
Walls and Windows of Dijon
Crime Series V/6
Crime Series V/5
Crime Series V/2
For a better understanding of the story, you can also scroll through the whole series – as far as it has been published – on my homepage. | To be continued.
Crime Series V/1
For a better understanding of the story, you can also scroll through the whole series – as far as it has been published – on my homepage. And there is also a “making of” right here in case you’re curious.| To be continued.
Abstract (backyard door)
Afternoon at the Seaside Hotel
Cum grano salis
Cum grano salis, lit. taken with a grain/pinch of salt, fig. not to be taken literally, to be understood using your wit.
Since this whole series makes use of a very specific type of contrast (you know what I mean, right?), I thought I might as well enter it into Paleica’s Magic Motto Challenge: Contrasts. Please check out her site! You’ll find some beautiful contribtions there.