Saturday, June 05, 2010

SKULLFRUIT

10 Comments:

Anonymous diamond jay said...

i feel better already

10:01 PM  
Blogger Chad Woody said...

This pretty much resembles the disappointing knobs I get off my backyard fruit trees each year. Maybe this summer I'll try gathering them directly onto a plate.

I just finally obtained Weathercraft. It is the opposite of crap. At one point I wondered, on Manhog's long walkabout, if the Unifactor could be mapped like Middle Earth. I assume it would defy cartography in the same way its denizens refuse spoken language.

Also sad to see that the Jerry Chickens' unending yard sale finally took a deadly toll on the Conical Jerry. I hope he may be revived so that my whittled totem remains up to date with the actual guy. Resurrection Ho, Conical Jerry!

12:13 PM  
Blogger Donovan S. Brain said...

If you don't want my apples, don't be shakin' my tree.

5:57 AM  
Blogger jason said...

you operate a giant harvester in my dreamlife, gathering the amorphous and ever changing primeval fruits of my un-consciousness. thank you.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Radu Prisacaru, UK Internet Marketer & Web Developer said...

I have kind of a different outlooks on this article. I agree with the author but some points I have different views on.

6:50 AM  
Blogger Kerry Dennehy said...

Hello,

As ever I'm a fan of your work.
Today I came across this
http://robertwboyd.blogspot.com/2008/03/suzanne-anker.html
and had to agree with the blogger's comments about the likeness to your work. I wondered if you were aware of these sculptures.

9:43 AM  
Blogger Oscar Devonian said...

Skullfruit is crunchy and full of calcium, do not underestimate it.

7:08 AM  
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I assume it would defy cartography in the same way its denizens refuse spoken language.

3:30 AM  
Anonymous Vinny Margott said...

Nice post!! Although it probably isn’t a good idea to play with food, these works of edible art are easy to dispose of.

11:11 PM  
Anonymous elastic bracelets said...

That so sad to see that the Jerry Chickens' unending yard sale finally took a deadly toll on the Conical Jerry.

3:25 AM  

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