Archive for November, 2011

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Graphic Anthropology, Oil Painting, Painting on November 30, 2011 by graphicanthropology

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Osteology

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Graphic Anthropology, Pen and Ink, Pencil on paper, Watercolour on November 27, 2011 by graphicanthropology

Posted in Graphic Anthropology, Pencil on paper on November 27, 2011 by graphicanthropology

Animus

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, Graphic Anthropology, Pencil on paper, Theoretical Ideology on November 25, 2011 by graphicanthropology

Drawing from a party which progressed from food and drink and party games, to eating living fish for fun. What comes after that, I thought, how far will they go for fun.

Resistance is Vital

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, domesticated, Entertainment, Food and drink, grahamatbedlam, Graphic Anthropology, Oil Painting, Opinion, Painting, Theoretical Ideology on November 22, 2011 by graphicanthropology

Resistance is vital.

Studies of Greed

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Graphic Anthropology, Oil Painting, Opinion, Painting, Pen and Ink on November 14, 2011 by graphicanthropology

Seven Billion

Posted in Anthropology, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, grahamatbedlam, Graphic Anthropology, Oil Painting, Opinion, Painting, Theoretical Ideology on November 6, 2011 by graphicanthropology

As we now have 7 billion on the planet I thought I should do some math. I was born in 1955. The population of the planet in 1955 was 2.68 billion. In 2006 the number of people living in poverty, stated as between $1-$2 per day, was 2.68 billion. We now have more people living in poverty than there were people on the planet when I was born. I think thats only a 2.68% annual population growth rate. With a doubling time of 55 years. If we keep this ‘growth’ idea going this means my grandchildren will be living on a planet with 14 billion people. I hope we have learned to share things more equitably by then. Or stop growing!