Friday, January 07, 2011

My Influence Map

I love these things, but stayed away from doing one before 'cus, hey, I'm a blogger not a cartoonist.  But after a gentle little nudge from Dan Haycocks on Twitter yesterday, I've finally got around to it.  Easier than I thought, though I could have kept on going and added dozens more people/things/snacks.


Meanwhile, the Influence Maps of every proper artist who ever lived can be found collated here.

7 comments:

ESDAVIES said...

Awesome - an influence map with a meal! (combine 1 thru 3, mix, swallow)

Colin Smith said...

Oh, well, that was all obvious. I could tell that, because I am that good.

Except for Tayto Crisps. These things surely don't actually exist, and therefore don't actually count.

Mark Kardwell said...

If you are angling to get a free packet of crisps out of me, it won't work!

joe bloke said...

ah, always a good sign when you see Michael Moorcock lurking. I was thinking of the Hewlett-Martin thing, regardless of what I think of Jamie Hewlett these days, and Brendan McCarthy ( too much loveliness! ), but just plain old ran out of room. Scott Walker or Jamie Hewlett? well, Jamie never got me laid. . .

I would've commented sooner, fella, but visiting your blog sucks the living daylights out of my computer, every time.

Mark Kardwell said...

That's the second comment along those lines I've gotten this week. What happens? Freezing? Crashing? What browser are you using?

joe bloke said...

it's the tag cloud, I think, Mark. at least, it started happening when you put the tag cloud in. it just sucks all the juice out of the computer, the page becomes really sluggish, it takes forever for the page to load back in if you view a picture. I'm using Windows Explorer, and I don't have any trouble with any other pages, at all. I'm almost certain it's the tag cloud.

Mark Kardwell said...

NOOO! Not my Tag Cloud! I love it. It's my battlescars.

And start using Firefox ASAP.