More dead than alive.

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12 Responses to More dead than alive.

  1. amitscorpio says:

    nice one again!!!

  2. James Marshall says:

    I’d say a more accurate representation would be A nearly encompassing B, rather than being about 120% of dreams outside of graveyards.

    That is, unless you are trying to imply more than half of people wish the dead to rise from their graves… which I have no qualms with.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I could see this as a chart showing the relationship between dead and alive dreams over time. As a child, anything is possible… then you grow up.

  4. A Paperback Writer says:

    Unless this is supposed to be a zombie thing, I’m confused.

  5. a thinker invicta says:

    i agree with anonymous, dreams die over the ages

  6. A Paperback Writer says:

    I had another look at this, and now all I can think of is Hamlet: To die, to sleep, to sleep perchance to dream. Ay, there’s the rub!

  7. Anonymous says:

    It looks like cocktail olives. Where’s the martini glass and the Vodka

  8. daved says:

    this speaks to my broken heart right now. there is comfort in sorrow, the circles match the emotional inertia. I hope you are feeling ok.

  9. Lucky American says:

    After you die, or leave from earth, you dream on. We live forever. Living the dream, once you die.

    Amazing what a drawing like this does.. I am curious what your meaning is. Lovely blog. I shall return most certainly. When will you post what is behind it?

  10. GR says:

    I think it represents how many people died before fulfilling their dreams. That simple an genius.

  11. Arizona Home Owner Insurance, Flagtaff Insurance says:

    Many do let their dreams die…..but as long as you are alive it’s never too late to recuscitate your dreams. Go for it!!

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