Montag, 25. Januar 2010
Montag, 18. Januar 2010
During the dragon age lived Beatrice, an average ugly dragon. Her day to day life was all the same, eating people and terrorizing villages around England. When Beatrice found herself in the big city of London, she stumbled upon an old witch. To her amazement, the witch was not afraid of Beatrice but instead approached her and advised the big scary dragon not to drink any water from the river. Ignoring the witch’s friendliness, Beatrice ate her as well. After wondering around the streets and devouring a nice variety of people, the dragon got thirsty and decided to stop for water. She drank the water from the river Thames, in spite of what the old witch had said. Seconds later, the poisoned water killed Beatrice and she lay dead on the river bank. To her great misfortune, termites wondered the area and found the dead dragon. They left nothing but her skeleton and even ate some of the bones. One tiny termite decided to grab a souvenir claw from Beatrice. The little termite bit the claw off the remains of poor Beatrice and tried to carry it back to its nest. The Thames water stream was way too strong and as the termite carried the claw back to its home, the stream carried it away leaving the termite quite annoyed. 400 years later, Beatrice’s claw still lay on the river shore. I found it, picked it up and wrote her story.Than we had to take out one word of the story, mine was POISON.
DAY OF THE WORKSHOP- A LOT OF MATERIALS!!
EXPERIMENTATION WITH TEXT
LITTLE PRESENTATION WHAT WE DID:
MINE: ABOUVE THE SECOND FROM LEFT
MINE:THE RIGHT ONE
MDF 160 x 80 cm