Fair enough. Makes me think, though - for his time Klee’s output was probably just as ‘trippy’. Now I’m going to have to find a biography, see what’s known about *cough* the influences on his visioning.Only by process of elimination. I'm pretty sure Klee didn't draw Fat Freddy's Cat.
I saw on one of my rare visits to FB, a coworker’s son completed a 9000 piece puzzle. It boggles my mind. It was of an assortment of Disney characters.Starzee terse these are the most recent jigsaws I’ve made for my DH. One you’ll recognise as a flat-out theft from Klee. But it had such nice lines snd shades, and we won’t be selling the jigsaws : )
aefit: btw the jigsaw app will let him make a maximum of 440 (thereabouts) pieces from an imported image. Before you think any of them are cruel and unusual.
For some reason I can't fathom, we read Klee's Pedagogical Sketchbook when I was an undergrad (in anthropology, not art), so he must have been considered trippy even then. I can't imagine what I might have gotten out of it. (UC Santa Cruz was an eccentric place at the time.)Makes me think, though - for his time Klee’s output was probably just as ‘trippy’.
Thank youNice! What were your apps for this, Jen?