I’ve had this idea for a “People as Abandoned Places” series for a bit, and how sometimes we leave people in the same state we leave other things in life behind. So, just messing around with that I guess hah.
In process shot on the click through, for those interested.
You’ve got to.
Once, I applied and interviewed for a job at The Onion. This may or may not have been the thank you card I sent. Because, well, I think I’m funny.
Life gets twisted if you let it. Don’t let it.
"I tried to forget but you grew roots around my ribcage and sprouted flowers just below my collarbones."
Been meaning to draw something up for this. Loose sketch, practice for now.
Going to see one of my favorite PNW musicians tonight. Frankly, beyond excited. So, drew up some quick type for the occasion.
Noah Gundersen. Check him out.
The photo was taken 10 miles into Oregon on a drive up the west coast, forever ago.
Along came a spider.
Can’t sail with your anchor down, darling. And you’ve far too many shores to see.
“We wear clothes, and speak, and create civilizations, and believe we are more than wolves. But inside us there is a word we cannot pronounce and that is who we are.” — Anthony Marra, A Constellation of Vital Phenomena
Always liked this quote. Had an image in my head for a while, and now it’s not.
Oy! This print is still available on t-shirts (guys and gals) for another 2 weeks only. Get ‘em while they’re hot http://www.misterdressup.com/products/grace-molteni
Get living, or get the fuck out of the way. Third and final part part in a triptych type series, and my best friend’s Christmas present. Photo compliments of Andy Miller @entropy462
A note: there is not much I enjoy more than lovely looking cuss words. LAWLZ
Chin up, whiskey down, feet forward. Second part in a triptych type series, and my best friend’s Christmas present. Photo compliments of Andy Miller @entropy462
Never let ‘em see ya sweat. First part in a triptych type series, and my best friend’s Christmas present. Photo compliments of Andy Miller @entropy462
I work at a badass French Bakery in Atlanta, drew these up for our kitchen.