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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Postal Consituent Finally Here!



Nabokov's Butterflies is in the mail today!!! 16 full color pages! Plus Butterflies and hand cut butterfly cases. These are also available in the Internet Emporium! Sorry for all the explanation points I am just excited.

In other news I finished constructing the walls for the Museum of Failure!

And then I had to squeeze all 20 walls into the front half of my studio. It sounds bad, but it's actually great because now I have a reading fort:

I say reading, but as you can see I also spend a lot of time on the internet. I did finish Breakfast of Champions but I hated the ending. I really hated the ending. I don't normally hate things, and I loved the rest of it, so I find my emotions about it kind of hard to deal with. So then I painted some patterns to distract myself! Recollecting the patterns of our weary little human brains, over and over ad infinitum. Please note the hand painted pattern on the yellow wall. It took me something like 42 hours to complete.

And last but not least I have a new drawing up on the GMIWC cooperative website.

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