Monthly Archives: December 2011

Work-in-progress

New ink-and-gouache work (for Rhoda!)  These creatures managed to get real creepy real fast.  What’re you gonna do though, you know? When they’re in there, they’re bound to fight their creepy way out. It is their way, and I, helpless … Continue reading

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This image will haunt your dreams

Right? Won’t it? How singularly creepy these wigged heads are! Staring out at us all from their 37th street window! Judging our misdeeds! Ever vigilant! Ever terrifying! Also, they all seem to be wearing a whole lot of makeup. I, … Continue reading

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Flynt-like

Saw this painting (below) at a coffee shop in Chicago (New Wave, in Logan Square!) and it made me think of good ol’ Flynt. If you haven’t read The Butterfly Clues yet–and you probably haven’t, because it doesn’t come out … Continue reading

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Witnessed Kindnesses; small Contest (!)

A story: The summer after my junior year in college, my friend Ruby and I did the whole back-packing thing. Three billion countries in thirty days with naught but a distended fanny pack and 40-litre book-bag to contain the accumulated … Continue reading

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