Happy All Hallows' Eve, everyone!
The October FiberAntics ATC (Artist Trading Card) theme—"From the Stone Age"—was an interesting one. It was more interesting than I originally thought, anyway.
|"Mother Hippy and Offspring" by Marilyn League|
You can take the phrase literally: like referring to the caveman and the primitive hunting and survival implements that was used by pre-historic man.
Or, if you take it more figuratively, it could be a comparison between present day trends and culture and those of a previous time or generation: like when kids refer to their parents as "coming from the Stone Age."
The ATC artists took liberal artistic license with the October ATC theme, "From the Stone Age." Check out their ATCs and you'll see what I mean.
|"Stone Age" by Lisa Howard|
|"The Stone Age" by Karen Downer|
|"The Story of Beer" by Sharon Griffith|
|"Cave Stitching" by Veronica Hofman-Ortega|
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|"From the Stone Age: A type what?"|
by Carlene Jacobsen