Waaaay down at the near-death end of our man-on-grasshopper thread below, someone asked where all the Sesame Street love might be.
Answer: Onto the cover of The New Yorker.
Someone else (Different Church Lady, I believe) noted that the art in that post was not exactly the kind of old-mastery stuff y’all have come to expect from Tom Pretentious Art Douche Levenson, so here’s are a couple of possibly appropriately themed pic for those of you hooked on oil paints:
(Below the jump just in case anyone’s at a particularly picky work place.)
Last, a lagniappe:
Just in case you haven’t exhausted your fowl jokes, here’s perhaps the definitive celebration of duck (and drake!) love:
Yup. It’s Friday. And did I mention that it is my son’s last day of school (finally!). Hence these posts.
You’re welcome. Again.
Images: Paul Cezanne, Bathers, c. 1897.
Pierre-August Renoir, Three Young Women Bathers with Crab,