Wednesday, June 27, 2007
You are gazing at "tete-a-tete" my amazing new Giclee print that arrived yesterday. It is signed and numbered in a limited edition of 50. For a short time I am offering it for $50.00 each, but that price will go up once I hand it over to my gallery at the end of July. It is printed on archival museum quality paper, and the size of the print is 25"x10.75". Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or comments or to place an order: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, June 21, 2007
My friend and fellow Igloo Tornado brother, Tom, has just released his first graphic novel, The Blot. I know that I'm probably a little biased, but this thing is INCREDIBLE. I would love this book in general without knowing anything about Tom, but knowing what he went through to get this produced is amazing. You can and should order one right now on his website iwilldestroyyou
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Thursday, June 14, 2007
This is in the front yard of a small business in Silverlake that is nestled between apartment buildings. The guys that own the place always have cool installations out front. The latest is an igloo built out of material that can be woven together. It looks more like a tepee than an igloo because of the wooden poles used to frame it, but it's still pretty impressive. Perhaps they would be interested in building some smaller ones for the Igloo Tornado show in February?
Thursday, June 07, 2007
I'm a creature of habit. I read the LA Times every day. I know that my wife would say that the word read should be in quotations because I actually only look at the front pages of the world and local news sections (the "real" news she says). Anyway, I do read the sports page (Page 2, TJ Simers is a must read), and the Calendar section where the crossword puzzle is (I can only complete Monday through Wednesday before I have to cheat with the internet). I save the Classifieds for last because the word Jumble puzzle is in there along side the most confusing comic of all time: Love is...
Let me start by saying that I LOATHE this comic, it mocks me daily as I work my word Jumble. The characters in it don't ever seem to have any clothes on, and they do some really weird stuff whilst naked. The whole thing is one big trite, overly sentimental piece of garbage. Yet I can't stop myself from looking at it. Perhaps because for the longest time I thought I knew what Love was; or maybe I'm just a glutton for punishment. Who knows.
Let's take this example above, exactly what is going on here? It looks like the "man" is trying to hump the "woman's" armpit. This is Love? I never knew.