Monday, October 16, 2006


This interlocking series of embryonic events is brought to you by the peculiar qualities of red latex housepaint, which springs to the plank like a homing dove and dries like a greasy hippopotamus.


Blogger kpw said...

Is that a croissant being fed to the horse by that shifty fellow? He has good posture.

3:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

man, my blessed moleskin doesn't have any women showing off their really private privates...gotta get to work on my moleskin!

1:00 AM  
Blogger Ryan Buck said...

You make the idea of doing home refurbishment so much more inspiring!

5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is interesting.. more dreamwork like this would be funny. Like your latest dream-comic strip. That would have been awsome!

11:15 AM  
Blogger Tom Dougherty said...

Tooooo cool. I'm quitting high school and joining a Moleskine gang!

10:16 PM  
Blogger Justosaurus said...

Super sketchbook series! I love seeing your construction.

12:12 AM  
Blogger Aeron said...

I was looking at the pic of Frank pulling the eyeball and thought that it matched up with the neck of the horse sketch. Then I noticed that it was intended to be part of the scene with the frog. It occured to me that a small book of drawings that could be rearranged like a flip book would be incredibly interesting. Kind of like Charles Burns and Gary Panter's faces except instead of rearranging features there could be different characters and scenes that could be flipped around.

6:10 AM  
Blogger Aeron said...

Look at the horse head and the demon character and imagine it matching up with the frog getting its eye pulled sketch cropping. Very weird.

6:12 AM  
Blogger Tom Dougherty said...

Aeron; regarding the flip book imagery- I think that the idea that occured to you is there on this blog, don't you? You are describing the very book you're looking at. THere are 3 examples of page to page imagery on this post. Jim got there first, sorry.

1:37 PM  
Blogger Aeron said...

Guess I was confused, ok so that was the idea to begin with, cool.

7:04 PM  
Blogger Aeron said...

And Tom, I'm not sure you understod what I was driving at. I was pointing out these particular images as resembling a flip book concept.

7:15 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

anche la mia frida si apre come un'illustrazione di anatomia

6:32 AM  
Blogger Cie Cheesemeister said...

I always enjoy seeing the "in the works" aspect of people's creations.
The one of the woman truly "baring it all" is incredibly intense. That really is what it feels like to spill your guts when you're an incredibly private person by nature.
I'm a dichotomy that way. I'm super modest and very private, yet given the right situation, more than willing to bare the deepest, most vile recesses of my soul.

11:18 PM  
Blogger Lasky said...

I will stop neglecting my Moleskine. With great power comes great responsibility...

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi all!


8:27 AM  

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