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Kompendium 19 – Blad 2

Kr. 50

Varenummer (SKU): 16-2014 Kategorier: ,

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åse Eg Jørgensen: Kompendium 19 / 2014
Man blader i bogen, mens at blade i naturen er noget en hjort gør, dens lyd.

Bogen kan have et friblad. Planternes blade bliver frie, når de visner. Så falder bladene af, mens bogens friblad sidder fast.

Et nodeblad kan man synge fra, det hedder sang fra bladet. Det er ikke almindeligt at synge fra andre blade.

Flyveblade er vel nok den selvstændigste form for trykt blad. De kastes nogle gange ned fra luften og bliver båret med vinden, før de lander. Træet slipper bladene om efteråret, og vinden blæser dem andre steder hen.

I dette kompendium ses silhouetter af blade fra følgende planter, nævnt i den rækkefølge de forekommer: pærekvæde, sveskeblomme, hindbær, valnød, vindrue, æble, morel, hassel, brombær, blåbær, figen, stikkelsbær, morbær, ribs, solbær, jordbær.

You can leaf through a book while to peruse leaves in nature is something animals do.

A flyleaf is a blank leaf at the beginning or end of a book. A plant leaf may fly freely in autumn. A leaf in a book is stuck there, unless someone removes it on purpose.

Flyers are probably the most autonomous variety of printed leaf. Sometimes dropped from above and carried by the wind until they land.

As dry leaves hop, skip, and are blown along, they may flitter and flutter like hands leafing through pages of a book; the sound it makes. Leaves of paper and leaves from plants might even get caught up in the same whirling breeze.

This compendium presents a selection of leaf silhouettes in the following order: quince, plum, raspberry, walnut, grape, apple, morello, hazelnut, blackberry, blueberry, fig, gooseberry, mulberry, redcurrant, blackcurrant, strawberry.

Kunstner

Åse Eg Jørgensen

År

2014

Kolofon

Format: 15 x 21
20 sider s/h
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Vægt 0.060 kg
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