The Man of Slender Posted on September 5, 2015September 4, 2015 by saucyindexer Christopher von Schwarzlandia will soon be back in the Landes of Kentuckie (and I will go into hiding). Enjoy the long weekend and get thee to your shops and make something! Here’s some inspiration. The Carpenter’s Workshop by Leon Augustin Lhermitte (1887). –Suzanne Ellison Share this:PrintEmailFacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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Absolutely love the 1887 etching!
I believe my spirit lives in about that timeline, just before total domination of the industrial machines.
Thanks for sharing, these types of things many would never see in their daily lives.
Those benches are definitely not 38″ high!
You need to keep these posts coming – from where your hiding place is.
So much for having a workbench longer than your longest board! That board is hanging way off. Doesn’t he know better? 🙂
Will you come out of hiding when he kicks hermit mode into high gear?
Chris hasn’t taken away my keys (yet). If I find the right shade of camo and continue to live in a different state I should be able to post again soon.
Suzanne has carte blanche to post whatever strikes her funny fancy. And we hope she continues, even if I’m not in full hermit mode.
So, is this the same slenderman that….?
…the one that publishes books.
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