mardi, août 31, 2010


blogs ne sont pas vraiment contemporain de nos jours sont-ils?

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jeudi, janvier 22, 2009

my contribution for artshow this janurai

a colouringplate I made for
see this show

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jeudi, octobre 05, 2006

Doug LeBlanc Thinks Twice About Dining with the Bloggers

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lundi, août 07, 2006

Annette LeBlanc Dances!

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lundi, juin 26, 2006

word of the day: Nomenclator


  • One who assigns names, as in scientific classification.

  • a slave who accompanied his master to tell him the names of people he met
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    mercredi, juin 21, 2006

    Mikey leBlanc

    more video from the American branch of the leBlanc family

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    dimanche, juin 04, 2006

    Word of the day: Neoteric


  • Of recent origin; modern.
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    samedi, juin 03, 2006

    Learning German#3

    vendredi, mai 26, 2006

    Word of the day: Junta


    1. A group of military officers ruling a country after seizing power.
    2. A council or small legislative body in a government, especially in Central or South America.
    3. A junto.

    lundi, mai 22, 2006

    Rorshach tile#3

    mardi, mai 16, 2006

    learning German#2

    dimanche, mai 07, 2006

    Word of the day: Coy(ly)


    adj. coy·er, coy·est
    1. Tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved.
    2. Affectedly and usually flirtatiously shy or modest. See Synonyms at shy.
    3. Annoyingly unwilling to make a commitment.

    samedi, mai 06, 2006

    Is creativity settled in your families genes?

    I always wondered if creativity can be derived al the way to your DNA, or is it all epigenetics? Creativity has always been a part of my family as far as I remember. This video of Marc leBlanc of the American branch of my family (they emigrated for beeing persecuted for beeing Protestant under the Catholic king) confirms my suspiscions.

    p.s. Most members of that branch of the family are actors too!

    mercredi, mai 03, 2006

    learning German#1

    jeudi, avril 20, 2006

    My house

    Got a lot of reactions from friends in France about how my house in Germany looks like; normally I ask them: "why don't you come over and see for yourself".
    But after being all typically instistant as most French are, I finally caved in and here are the first pictures.

    Here on the right the view on my house as seen from the garden.

    Here is the back patio with Tipsy, whom you'll all probably remember. :)

    Quick peek in my bathroom

    Here's my girlfriend Anna sipping on a cup of morningtea.

    And the place I spend most of my time, the kithcen which I designed myself.

    mercredi, avril 19, 2006

    Rorshach tile#3

    lundi, avril 17, 2006

    Word of the day: Hortatory

    hor·ta·to·ry Pronunciation (hôrt-tôr, -tr)
    Marked by exhortation or strong urging

    mercredi, avril 12, 2006

    Warning: Gay people shouldn't use Lynx/Axe !

    Feeble impulses

    I'ts been a rough time lately, with the death of my beloved grandmother.
    When I heard the news I was in Geneva for an artshow. I had loads of troubles committing myself to my work because I had the feeling that I should create new work.
    Which I eventually did, I made a 5 x 7 meter abstract painting.
    I looked at the work today since it arrived back from Switzerland, and concluded the work is absolute crap.
    I'll never show it again...

    mercredi, avril 05, 2006

    It's spring time!!!

    lundi, mars 27, 2006

    In memoriam

    Antoinette leBlanc

    yesterday you were here, as free as a bird.
    Now you are back where you come from, life's like recycyling; becoming a tird.
    I love you grandma...

    -X- Anton

    jeudi, mars 23, 2006

    Word of the Day: paragon


  • A model of excellence or perfection; as, "a paragon of beauty; a paragon of eloquence."
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    highlights of photography part 1

    mardi, mars 14, 2006

    word of the day: histrionics


  • a deliberate display of emotion for effect

  • a performance of play
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    Rorshach tile#2

    jeudi, mars 09, 2006

    MSN portrait#3: Sol leWitt

    At first Sol found the internet a little confusing. But as everyone knows about Sol; he doesn't give up easily! Later he really found out about how joyfull the web can be through services like chatting and skype.

    mercredi, mars 08, 2006

    Word of the day: portent


    Pronunciation (pôrtnt, pr-)

  • 1. An indication of something important or calamitous about to occur; an omen.

  • 2. Prophetic or threatening significance: signs full of portent.

  • 3. Something amazing or marvelous; a prodigy.
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    Rorshach tile#1

    vendredi, mars 03, 2006


    Has a flower somehow beauty?

    Is there beauty somehow in a fruit?

    No: they have colour and form

    And existence only.

    Beauty is the name of something that does not exist

    Which I give to things in exchange for the pleasure they give me.

    jeudi, mars 02, 2006

    Commonman philosophy: Al bundy

    Al Bundy: "If your shoes look like shit, you look like shit."

    mercredi, mars 01, 2006

    Inspiration: Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare - All the world's a stage (from As You Like It 2/7)

    All the world's a stage,
    And all the men and women merely players:
    They have their exits and their entrances;
    And one man in his time plays many parts,
    His acts being seven ages. At first the infant,
    Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
    And then the whining school-boy, with his satchel
    And shining morning face, creeping like snail
    Unwillingly to school. And then the lover,
    Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad
    Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier,
    Full of strange oaths and bearded like the pard,
    Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in quarrel,
    Seeking the bubble reputation
    Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice,
    In fair round belly with good capon lined,
    With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
    Full of wise saws and modern instances;
    And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
    Into the lean and slipper'd pantaloon,
    With spectacles on nose and pouch on side,
    His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide
    For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice,
    Turning again toward childish treble, pipes
    And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all,
    That ends this strange eventful history,
    Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
    Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

    mardi, février 28, 2006

    We all live in an ESPRIT™ world!