Friday, June 09, 2006


Mr. Xerxes Cappapopallap of Des Moines, Idaho writes "If this is progress, give me perdido. You've hardly touched your project, and the floor trout are getting cold. " Good one, Mr. Cappapopallap! It's true that I have been occupied with other things, such as analyising a vision of the nature of Maya in that special one-seat theater. It was shown to be like thick mud being stirred with a stick... you know that little howl mud makes when it is vigorously stirred? Well, the mud does the howling and all the little creatures do the living. Simple yet effective!


Blogger Spook said...

Is this picture a detail shot of something larger? It seems like there's meant to be more going on here.

Fantastic work as always, either way.

9:00 AM  
Blogger Gabriel said...

The Frank book was the most expensive book i bought in my entire life, but it was worth every cent. I love your work!

9:39 AM  
Blogger Armless Octopus said...

Grubbies! Man this piece is going to be Epic! I have a feeling that this is another detail of the piece featured a couple o weeks back.

Looks fantastic I can't wait to see this in its entirety one day

9:43 AM  
Blogger Allan said...

I heard the mud howl until my ears were dry- the dirt was silent.

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is such a thrill to have one of your favourite artists posting several new pictures a week. This must be one of the greatest blogs I've seen. Awesomeness in a jar.

3:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm beginning to think its always about a bigger picture

Theres something about your work that strikes a very large and deep chord

3:50 AM  
Blogger Soulfull said...

very interesting picture.... :)

7:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... alternate title could be "Menudo". I'm enjoying a hot steamimg bowl right now (breakfast of champions!), then came upon this picture. both seem to share the same theme, that being that they both contain unidentifiable meats.

smashing, as always.

11:05 AM  
Blogger TedMcDermand said...

heavy duty weird! I thought I was into strange shit but alas I am outdone. I'll be watching you.

1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy,you are like a ray of sunshine.Just as I think the world is unspeakably hideous,and I cant take another moment,you show us something like this and I feel better.


3:53 PM  
Blogger Aeron said...

Interesting fossil beasties.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Peter Matthes said...

That looks like my friend's apartment in Brooklyn.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Dav said...

Beautiful image and good spirit too!

7:30 PM  
Blogger Cie Cheesemeister said...

These are like the things you see when looking at slide specimens in a biology class, only better.

12:40 AM  
Blogger nicole900 said...

i met someone at webdatedotcom who is into that kind of art... i'll tell him to visit this blog. he'll love it for sure...

8:33 AM  
Blogger the heretic said...

great work. living in Australia, it reminds me very much of our own Reg Mombassa's style of painting (Mambo)

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