WORK 180: Land of the Cat-Killers V Posted on March 15, 2006 by Michael St.Mark Land of the Cat Killers V c. 2006 Mike St.Mark . One off signed London Dada photo print on Kodak Endura 24″ X 14″ £300 ( unframed ) . @ Feb 2007 “Land of the Cat Killers V.” sold Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
te he – looks good – what I see depends whether I focus on the dark – or the light patches…brilliant…well done…DD
Than you dear DD, we can rely upon you to support the good cause of the cats.
forgive me if i`m off the track ere, St Mark, I see 2 cats with things stiking out of their bodies…?
Yes Dean, they’re all over the place there; cats and their killers. You see there’s been a fair bit of cat killing going on there ( the locals’ domestic cats stray up onto the moors and get either shot or trapped by the gamekeepers for eating the grouse eggs and thereby the landowner’s income.)
It’s all done hush hush of course but the villagers know what’s going on and strangely enough, the whole story gets reflected in the landscape over time – if you’ve got the right eyes to see.
It’s near Dada village ( see Tag ). If you’re ever up this way do pop in for tea dear boy. . .