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Child faces by idoloridelgiovaneme

A mia sorella piacciono i palloncini e ama disegnare le facce perciò questo è quello che ne nasce. L'idea è nata dalla voglia di far vedere a tutti i suoi bellissimi disegni e di far vedere la mia bellissima sorellina ma, non volendo pubblicare la sua faccina, ho pensato che i suoi disegni potessero diventare il suo viso. Una volta ha gli occhi piccoli, una volta li ha grandi. una volta è un Minion, una volta è viola, un'altra blu ed un'altra gialla.
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My sister likes balloons and she loves drawing faces so this is what comes out. The idea was born from a desire to show all her beautiful paints and to show my beautiful sister but, having to not show her face, I thought her drawings could become her face. Once she has little eyes, once she has big ones, once she’s a Minion, once she’s violet, once blue and once even yellow.
Don’t remove the source, please.

from "Rocking Waffles with Danny Goodman" at Art Faccia
  • JER: As a writer, what kind of subjects, stories, or even moments intrigue you the most?
  • DG: Infidelity, in whatever form that comes, fascinates me. Trust is such a delicate item, and I really enjoy exploring characters who struggle with it on both ends, the betrayer and the betrayed. The breakdown of the everyday is most gripping for me. Carver once said, “It’s possible, in a poem or a short story, to write about commonplace things and objects using commonplace but precise language, and to endow those things—a chair, a window curtain, a fork, a stone, a woman’s earring—with immense, even startling power.” As subjects go, there’s nothing more interesting to me than the “commonplace,” as Carver puts it. When characters are faced with the deafening reality of waking up, putting one foot in front of the other, and moving forward.