I take this passage in Escher’s essay to be particularly appropriate for comics creators:

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Please forgive the relentlessly masculine pronouns; I decided to leave Escher’s original text intact as much as possible, since mostly he seems to be referring to himself as “anyone” …

[Text (c) M. C. Escher]

2 thoughts on “Escher’s “Approaches to Infinity”: There Must Be Stars

  1. Love this. How can I share this on Facebook. When I try to do it by clicking on the Facebook logo, it looks like it’s going to post it on your Facebook page. -Mamka.

    Judith Northup-BennettSlovakia Heritage Tours6 Cooleyville Rd. Ext.New Salem, MA 01355978-544-5144www.slovakiaheritage.com

    Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2014 15:29:59 +0000 To: connectionswork4u@hotmail.com

    1. Hmmm, I don’t know. Maybe just try it anyhow. If it posts to MY page for some reason, you can always just share it from there. ~ M

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