Jazz Age Wednesdays — Hullaba Lulu Dreams

Teagan and I had the same “what if” idea, at the same time.

Teagan's Books

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 

Lulu blowing bubbleLulu, by Rob Goldstein

Hello, Sheiks and Shebas.  I’m happy to see you.  So I’m sorry to disappoint you.  Yes, I just had a long weekend.  However, I neither rested nor relaxed.  Also, I wasn’t able to create a new chapter of Hullaba Lulu for today.

This is not a teaser, so don’t get the wrong idea about where the Lulu-train is headed.  But it was so “funny” that I had to share.  As you know, San Francisco artist, Rob Goldstein makes wonderful virtual reality illustrations for the series.  Well, we both had the same “what if” idea, at the same time.  Cue the Twilight Zone theme.

Valentino Angel-6Valentino as an angel, by Rob Goldstein

Simmer down.  The story is not going there, but I thought it would be fun to share it with you — particularly since Rob made some gorgeous images with that…

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Poor Little Glad Rag Doll

Teagan and I are on a break from Hullaba Lulu this week.

We both have busy weeks; I have a friend in surgery
today and a guest arrives from Vancouver next week.

Then there is the effect of the Trump administration
on my Illness and its symptoms.

That’s a discussion I take up in my next post.

If you are an adult child of a pathological narcissist and you are not
affected by the diseased behavior of the Trump administration,
you’re still in denial.

Lucky you!  🙂

A staged photograph of the charactrer of Valentino with the wings of an Angel
Some Angels

In the meantime, here is a link to some angels on Teagan’s books.

A quick explanation of the video:

I was intrigued with the idea of the danger of entering the world of a painting in Chapter Eight of Hullaba Lulu. So, I played with it by importing a few public domain copies of the Pittura Metafisica paintings of de Chirico and Arnaldo dell’Ira.

 

I chose “Piazza d’Italia,”by Arnaldo dell’Ira,  1934, as the backdrop and used a script to set it in motion, I prefer to use dynamic backdrops.

 

Piazza_d'Italia by Arnaldo_Dell'Ira - a surreal town square in red

The audio is an excerpt from ‘Glad Rag Doll’ as performed in 1929 by the
Rose  Wood Orchestra.  

You can get a copy at the Internet Archives.

Thanks for visiting.

All images unless otherwise stated are (c) Rob Goldstein 2018