Thursday, June 21, 2007

SHEET CAKE, FOR KEEDS

This ugly monster is strapped to the light table and CANNOT BE MOVED during its accretion. Unfinished as it is you can certainly see the infantile nature of the spontaneous architecture, the ravaged ground of being, the torture-adoration of the spifflicants. But can you predict what will appear on the right hand, or "modern" side of the paper? Of course you can!

15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My best guess is that there will be a stadium of observers on the right side in tiers of seats, watching this ritual with maws agape.

-varkias

6:27 AM  
Blogger Aeron said...

A large bloated creature whose gaping mouth the staricase in the center is descending into?

I'm curious, what brand of pencils and paper do you use for works like this?

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Jim Woodring said...

I make all of my own paper from wood I raise and slaughter just for that purpose. The charcoal is made from the rubble from burned schools and churches. The pencil bodies are made from slivers of the one, true cross.

All of the other stuff is from Walgreens.

2:50 AM  
Blogger Aeron said...

Ha, you don't mess around.

4:43 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

None genuine without this stern visage.

8:09 AM  
Blogger mike said...

a bat

8:13 AM  
Blogger Hana said...

A white handkerchief is being feverishly flapped in the air by something concealed in the left wing of the papyrus. Beneath lies a tiny dish of salt, a mandarine, and a blurry photograph of the left hand side in better times hallowed by a couple of lit 2 dollar shop candles.

9:17 AM  
Blogger Hana said...

woops! I meant the right wing...a little problem of mine.

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would like some of that sweet, pulpy cake. i am, a "keed". at heart anyways.

12:25 AM  
Blogger XRD1 said...

Vaguely reminiscent of "The Patuxay" (also known as the Concrete Monster) building in Vientiane, Laos. Cheers!

1:44 PM  
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Anonymous sildenafil said...

Well it has a look like Salvador Dali's works. that is pretty good to say, by the way, i'd love to have a light table like that, I think it would help me to get inspired. if69

7:30 AM  
Anonymous Mychael Margott said...

I make all of my own paper from wood I raise and slaughter just for that purpose. The charcoal is made from the rubble from burned schools and churches.

12:20 PM  
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