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Escher 1
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This image is by M.C.Escher. Wallpapered by caedes.

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
I have always enjoyed Escher's work, I am extremly excited to have a version to place on my desktop. Thanks!

-Ray

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
THE TESSELATIONS ARE ALIVE!

-MR. ABE

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Anonymous
05/27/02 7:01 AM GMT
the m.c. is a brilliant guy.
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TommyDawg123
09/20/02 10:48 PM GMT
I love M.C. it looks great and the quality is out of this world
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lakerat1355
10/02/02 4:05 PM GMT
we need more escher
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DiggsBiggly
10/21/02 5:39 AM GMT
classy, timeless
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bluesladie
08/23/03 1:25 AM GMT
Thank You -
I Love this as desktop wallpaper

DD
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rizzle44
09/14/03 2:14 AM GMT
love this pic. have it hanging on my wall at home.
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redkraken
10/21/03 6:20 AM GMT
This has always been one of my favorites. Thanks for posting it.
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Lord_X
11/02/03 7:40 AM GMT
Love escher... All of his work is ridiculously inspiring. hypnotic, almost
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serenee
02/24/04 7:26 PM GMT
his work is inspiring and excelent
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embot
04/05/04 6:46 AM GMT
escher is such an amazing artist, thanks for putting it up!
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totaltotal
04/19/04 11:20 PM GMT
Escher is great! Please more Escher.
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matoos
10/11/04 6:47 PM GMT
Great work of his...
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qpalzm
11/27/04 9:31 PM GMT
Excellent
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cjhart50
03/31/05 12:45 AM GMT
Love his work.
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_Miraculous__
03/31/05 2:06 AM GMT
HECK NO! That is awesome... how did you ever think of that?
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"Day is night in New York City, Smoke like water runs inside - Steel idle trees to pity - Every living things thatís died" - Boston - 1976
Aeires
05/29/05 10:31 AM GMT
Thanks for sharing this. I already have this wallpaper but the quality on my old one was really bad compared to your posting.
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ianmacappin
09/06/05 10:22 PM GMT
This is awsome ,very clever. Thanks for posting this.
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Marlfox
09/15/05 11:59 PM GMT
The book of Job! Who else noticed it? Poor Job. :-(
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imcerise
10/22/05 12:07 AM GMT
This is definitely one of my favorites of Escher's work :) ...and now a great desktop for me...thank you! :)
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MRHFIG
02/13/06 6:45 PM GMT
The detail is outstanding...keeps you drawn in to the picture so you won't miss anything
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.yetithebeast
03/22/06 1:35 PM GMT
man thats so cool! i wish i could draw like this 10/10
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.1bunnyslippers
06/03/06 2:26 AM GMT
This is one of the most interesting illustrations I've seen.I saw the color one, but I prefer this B&W. Excellent creativity and imagination. I hope there will be more of this type work...thanks!
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&trisbert
07/06/06 1:11 AM GMT
I was most impressed by this one the first time I saw it a long time ago. It still delights me when I see it. There always seems to be some new twist to discover and intrigue me.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them thatís important. Ruth Ross
.portorico
07/20/06 2:05 AM GMT
Excellent!!
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american_sweetheart
02/14/07 9:17 PM GMT
It's a pure classic. I absoleutely love it. Post more of his work!
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.margali
05/16/07 12:09 AM GMT
I really enjoy Escher's work - thanks.

- cfr
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dawbfreeky
11/07/07 6:26 PM GMT
That's not the book of "Job", doofus. Those are JB rolling papers.
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.mags730
12/04/07 11:45 PM GMT
This is so creative. Great artwork
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.beccat14
01/11/09 5:36 AM GMT
escher was so cool
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To see the world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wildflower, to hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour. - William Blake

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