scribbling

scribbling

scribbling

 

I present these oracle-like artist trading cards for your review and possible edification! You remember such items from the past, maybe – here they are again.

I make these cards and then I give them a phrase cut from printed matter, chosen at random but maybe not. See if you get any kind of push or insight or set off on any train of thought from looking and reading these, even if it’s just to say, “Whaaat?!”

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About Claudia McGill

A person who does art and writes poetry. That's me!

8 responses to “scribbling

  1. I’ve always liked that word. (K)

  2. I love the contrast between the scraps of handwritten text and the printed “scribbling”.

  3. I can’t resist random scribbled scraps of paper left behind. It’s like the writer has inadvertently left a highly specific part of themselves behind – shopping lists, pagea out of homework books, post it notes….

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