Lifting Belly is a Language

I’ve been bonding a bit with Gertrude Stein lately through a class that I’m taking. In the process, I stumbled across these drawings from Love Art Lab:

belly12wb

belly5wb

bellywb4
belly3wb

belly6wb

belly8wb

belly1wb

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1 Response to “Lifting Belly is a Language”


  1. 1 kseverny October 16, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    lots and lots of bellies. lol. interesting


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