Sunday, December 18, 2011

The Park


Rubin Pingk said...

I like this. It reminds me of the people I would see at Denny's post midnight and in comic shops.

There is a time in youth I think where everyone is sort of intrigued with graveyards.

Rubin Pingk said...

The idea of a graveyard as chess pieces is great. ( I think that is what you were going for?)

It is very profound to think we made choices and in the end, there is a game board with scattered pieces.

Did we win? Were we beat?

Very cool.


Kay Aker said...

Only a pawn in their game