(Please note, for the next 24 hours we are taking a break from the intellectual pursuits of the past few posts. Tomorrow we shall return to the insights gained from Maggie Maggio.)
The last day in Europe was a bitter sweet one. I was longing for home, but so sad to be leaving my dear friends Nadja and Lucas, as well as ending my adventures. To cheer us up I brought out my trusty art journal and pen and we had a little fun with something called an Exquisite Corpse.
For those unfamiliar with the Exquisite Corpse, it works like this... You fold a piece of paper in as many sections as there are people. It works best with three or four people. The top part of the paper is the head section, the second for the torso and arms, and so on. The first person draws the head, and leaves two little marks on the corner of the fold on the bottom. The next person uses those marks to start drawing the torso and.... well, you get the idea. The really fun part is that no one knows what the other people have drawn.
Any way, Nadja, Lucas and I had fun making several Exquisite Corpses, and I thought you might get a kick out of them, sooooo.... here they are.
And now for a sociological look at the impact that US media has on Europe...