‘always’ written in circular gallifreyan, which is the standardized writing system for the fictional language gallifreyan used in doctor who.. there’s also an empty swiss pocket watch case on the picture, which i found at an antique store in istanbul, and which used to belong to a tcdd (turkish state railways) employee once upon a…
based on moorish patterns from the alhambra palace in granada, spain.. and maybe also from morocco?.. i don’t remember.. there’s a pentagram too, for some odd reason..
the drawing itself didn’t turn out as well as i wanted it to, but then it actually looked kind of interesting after i put a glass over it.. so here’s the result..
or ‘tüm bir evren yurt bana’.. my favorite line from the song ‘fırtınalı şarkı’, sung by a turkish band called metropolis.. written in the current georgian script, mkhedruli, with a bit of a modification — i.e. i made two new characters (‘ü’ & ‘y’), which aren’t in the original alphabet.. and yes, that’s a dragonfly…
this was gonna be another item in the randomness series, but i liked the description so much that i decided to make it the title.. i’m not sure what the other two doodles are though.. they just happened somehow.. oh and there’s a line from the naked and famous song ‘higher’ in the upper-left corner…..
also known as ‘puente nuevo’ in ronda, spain..
from an old planner/phonebook ive found in an abandoned military barrack in skopje, macedonia..