Cars first informed me of the dehumanization of machines. I would be waiting for a chance to turn onto a busy pike impatient and grumbling at the succession of not-quite-opportunities., then taking a stupid risk. I realized that the time involved was, like, 15 seconds or so. On foot a person would not even notice the delay as delay but just a continuation of process. Things that seem to make us greater than human actually make us less than human, less human.So I am sitting at my machine and am aware that to some extent my impatience is supported by my technologized alienation from you and that my impatience may not be quite a sin, but at least is a peccadillo and I should probably restrain it.Nonetheless - Monday you threatened to announce "later today." Um, uh... ?
Sorry. The judges are being pokey. I'll pester them to get me an answer.
THANKS so much to all who entered... I promise next year I'll give you more lead time.1st Place Kelly Dupen for her Wall-E illustration2nd Pace Thomas McCullough for Charlie Chaplin3rd Pace John Herreid for Bogart
Cool. Thank you. I'd've picked Kelly's, too, and Herreid's, also, except for Ostrov.I did not originally get the sense that the illustration was for a cover. Was that always the intent?
nope. The cover wasn't in the contest. This was for interior art.
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