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cow cuts – Marlin Peterson
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cow cuts

I recently did this picture as a gift. It is rendered in ink and pretty large (24×36 inches). It was an interesting project to do because ALL the references that I could find had contradictory information on them. Some had cuts broken up into the dozens- in French, Spanish and English- but the dashed divisions were drawn with no consistency, even if they were in the same language.
Fascinating to view an animal through that lens. Maybe I will make another with some tiny animal like a mouse or caterpillar divided up for the chopping block in the same way? any ideas?

1 Comment

  • Anonymous

    How about “Fillet Salmon” for dinner?

    February 9, 2013 at 6:08 AM

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