Made from the pixels of, I think, a photo of a bazaar, and pushed and poked and twisted into something not unlike a dimensional collapse in the Brady Bunch family’s living room.
Or, you know, make of it what you will. Dig its cocoa hotness, either way.
Ugh — I’m so behind with updating.
This one is based on a photo taken near my house while sitting at a traffic light. If you look really closely, you can make out some taillights and the guardrail.
Other sizes and prices available.
From my sudden burst of activity last week (or was it the week before?). Debbie thinks it looks sideways, but I kind of like it on edge. I suppose you could hang it on the wall anyway you wanted and I’d be ok with that.
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A burst of activity last night — and so this morning we have Squidgy Cotton Gin, soon to be followed by Squidgy Cotton Gin II.
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Yes, I have been absent from the site for a while. Work and that darned day job get in the way, sometime. Took a few minutes for my own mental health this weekend and whipped this up from my own personal photos.
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An unchosen illustration for a client, this is a squidgy version of an image from the Library of Congress. Based on part of the poster for the Bull-Doggers.
12.5×17 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag
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Today’s artwork, named in a moment of either madness or randomness. This has nothing to do with bunnies. I swear it!
Very little form, almost no structure… yet there is definitely something there. In there – there, there, there.
Can be printed at just about any size – so we’ll say that size and price are TBD.
In no way implying anything at all about the woman in the original photo who is cleaning the train. It was either that or “Squidgy Choo Choo.” Which, although a great sounding set of words, seemed like it was too obvious.
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