Copenhagen Day 20: A walk in the past

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Some detail from a drawing I did of Deanna on the 'Danish Design' couch (that is NOT comfortable).
Here is the Whole Thing.
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I was busy putting the last touches on the soft-end of the show. Now I need to work on the hard-end, the wooden head sculptures...
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We took a walk in a cemetery, one where Hans Christian Anderson is buried, but we didn't visit his grave.
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We did see a very small puppy that made Deanna freak out.
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And saw these nice flowers... Really?
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I thought this statue was quite cool, naked lady with bow rides elk...
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Deanna bought a dress because it was getting hot, but then the next day it turned cold and she is bumming.
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We had dinner at home. Pasta and salad. (Boring, yes I know. Click HERE for more exciting art-damaged stuff)(And it's not cheesy, it's vegan-cheesy.)(How that for even cheesier?)
Posted May 20th, 2008 by David Letterman can't ollie the gap in his teeth
I really like your art and your part in skateboarding history.
So i follow your blog.
But, come on, some of your pics and comments are too cheesy.
I mean ("We had dinner at home. Pasta and salad")
Who can possibly get something out og this, besides your family? If it is for them, then fine.
Personally I'm more interested in your art and perception of danish culture.
Ps. This is just a critique..

Posted By: Soren on May 20th, 2008 at 05:49AM PST
I think that blog was seriously fine all that art and that ending aswell.Met this vegan,he said he didn't eat ketchup,nor do I really?Except with fries,but that is another tale untold.Your art is really good ed.Those chicks look a bit like me on a summer day.
Posted By: good to relax on the internet on May 20th, 2008 at 05:55AM PST
I like how people try to tell you how to run your own website and figure that their interest are greater than everyone else's.

I would only hope that your response to "Soren" would be justified by the almighty "Errr face."

P.S.
woman + bow + elk riding skill= 100% gnarlitude.

things should equal out to that more often.


Posted By: Triumph on May 20th, 2008 at 08:03AM PST
Yeah, Soren should spect the Tempsters' blog. If he needs to "get something out of the blog" he should turn off his computer and watch some Sheckler. Or go wack off. Man Cramps has spoken.
Posted By: Man Cramps on May 20th, 2008 at 11:00AM PST
I like seeing all the pics. I'm a dirty old man but I'm a young photographer and it's always nice to see how the seasoned pros take their snaps. I don't know fuck all about skateing but I like to look at the pics. Thanks for the inspiration Ed!
Posted By: k1000 on May 20th, 2008 at 02:30PM PST
pshh. what does soren know anyways.
oh, sick job on the deanna drawing.
Posted By: Patrick on May 20th, 2008 at 02:56PM PST
Why don't you do a self portrait of yourself,nude? Sit in front of a mirror and paint your self painting yourself.
Posted By: Jgonzalez on May 20th, 2008 at 04:47PM PST
I'm not trying to tell nobody how to run their blog, but should comments only be ass lickin' ?
Or is critique allowed/appreciated?
Is it so very wrong, that I find the "Pasta/dinner picture" a bit boring, and comment on that?

My comment was a critique of a very good blog (with parts, that I find boring)
Maybe you could post the recipy for a good pasta dish!

I have a blog myself
http://www.wdbm.dk/blog?user_pid=114
And i apreciate peoples comments. also if they dislike parts of what i write and take pictures of. Hell maybe I could see my blog from another perspective !!!

ps. Mr. Man Cramps, Please send me some of those pictures of Sheckler you've got. He would be interesting on my blog, and maybe stir up some discussion or wanking even - who knows.

Pps. I look forward to the 23. of May to see the exhibition.

Soren

Posted By: Soren on May 21st, 2008 at 09:54AM PST
I am totally fine with criticism! I love it! No problems!
Posted By: ed on May 22nd, 2008 at 05:38AM PST
Assistens Kirkegaard is my favourite place in Copenhagen. Enjoyed reading your thoughts about Copenhagen, Ed. Looking forward to checking out your show in the next couple of weeks hopefully.

Aaron

Ps: I just put a little piece up about it on my own blog: www.somethingrotten.dk
Posted By: Aaron on May 22nd, 2008 at 05:56AM PST
Cool, thanks !

Ps. Hope you got time to skate also.
Amager strandpark (the big beach park with the double set) has got some new benches and a long metal edge on the ledges, if you get time to skate it before leaving DK.
And Brent Kronmueller just finnished the indoor CPH skate park. Feel free to come and skate it tonight if you got any free time.

Soren
Posted By: Soren on May 22nd, 2008 at 07:29AM PST
Aaron - nice blog.
I Liked it a lot

- The bike clip made me feel proud to be danish
- And the Dansk Folkeparti printed ad made me feel ashamed to be danish

Posted By: Soren on May 22nd, 2008 at 07:46AM PST
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