Still Life Posted on January 16, 2017 by jnk63 I like to use anthropomorphic images as a way of commenting on things I find interesting in human behavior. My old ball and glove. SONY DSC Old pencil sharpener from days gone past. Old heavy porcelain coffee mug with black coffee. My old baseball Two Wooden Blocks and Cigarette Lighter Yellow Onion Red Onion Tomatoes Very useful and colorful tool. Symbolic stand ins for female and male objects. Study of root vegetable. Clear glass decanter stopper Tools can look really strange and be taken completely for granted. My wife’s father’s old ink well and a calligraphy pen. Old butane cigarette light from the 1970s. Goes on everything. Old glass door nob like the one’s I remember from my grandparent’s house. Assorted hard objects with similar characteristics. Strength and the ability to turn a tough nut. Two pairs of large scissors on splattered speckled background. Channel Lock Pliers and Crescent Wrench on spattered background. Everyone deserves choices. Good solid American made tools. Old school food processor. What would folks think about these things in the 14th Century or even in the 24th? Says so right on the bottle.