My little sister thought her birthday was four days earlier than it actually was for as long as she could remember. Mom had forgotten her real birthday and my sister didn’t find out until she found a copy of her birth certificate. She needed it to get her drivers license.
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS TO VOTE!
We’ve been nominated for an ENnie for Best Software, to be handed out next month at Gen Con. Being honored in this way helps us continue to be seen as an important part of the roleplaying game industry, and a chance at winning only increases that impact.
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Also, check out this recent interview about our nomination…
Thank you so much for any signal boost you can spare!
Thanks to those who vote!
Margaret Bowland (b.1953)
"Beauty makes sense to me, has weight for me, only when it falls from grace. It starts to matter when it carries damage. Sorrow allows it to cast a shadow. It becomes three-dimensional. It enters our world."
Margaret Bowland’s spellbinding and psychologically charged work brings viewers face to face with contentious culture while affirming the resilience and triumph of the human spirit. A masterful observer of life’s unpredictable nature, her work conveys universal themes through unusually specific insights. Bowland’s work explores the subtle and nuanced edges between strength and vulnerability, certainty and doubt, faith and disbelief. Bowland’s probing and deeply personal images call into question our societal expectations of gender, race, and beauty.
© All images courtesy of the artist ; artist portrait by Andrew Theodorakis/New York Daily
Michelangelo, David, 1501-1504
Ryōichi Ikegami, SpiderMan
(look at his noze ! so big ! XD )
Arrangements (Yellow, Pink, Aqua), 2014
Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903
1927-1933, Goventosa’s Uniwheel Motorcycle.