Six tiny little X-men. The only X-men in my memory are the ones from the saturday morning Fox cartoon in the 90’s. Well, those and the comic book ones. The new movies suck and you suck for liking them. I would rather spray sriracha in my eyes than watch those films.
Only two letters left. Y and Z. See you Monday.
Someday, you will all respect the arts. And when that day happens, it will be too late. You will be looked over. You should have been more active. More diligent. No one will care when you die. Your mark on the world is not the fruit you bear. It is not the legacy you leave behind. Tangiblity is the only expected thing. Think. Thrive. Not thrust and repeat. Monkey.FIRST 200 IMAGES POSTER: The first 200 images from the IDS® collection. $10.00 (plus shipping) you can own your own 11×17 poster of the first 200 images. Contact us HERE if you would like one of these posters and PMDelivery® will promise not to fuck up things too bad.
10 ragas set to a disco beat. great LP if you’ve never heard of it. there is so much good (and equally bad) music out there. better than what MTV or radio or ANYONE tells you. Hell, NORTH KOREA puts out better music than the Grammys for Christ sake. Open you ears.
Mr. T is the quintessential tough guy. He had his own cereal. Did Chuck Norris ever have his own cereal? No? Ok then. Done and done.
Peter Parker got pants! Perhaps he should invest in a belt. A utility belt of sorts. Webspenders.
Out of this World was one of my favorite games growing up. The rotoscoped animation and cell shading (pre-cell shading) was amazing. Flashback and Prince of Persia also followed this style of art. I’m sure I never beat it. Seeing as though Android just released a 20 year edition, I know what I’ll be doing the next few weeks. Also, posters still available. If you’re in the Portland, ORE. area, keep your eyes peeled for FREE I Draw Small prints and framed originals. I’ve been hanging them up where ever I see fit. Find one, and its yours. Also, random QR codes placed throughout the city could lead you to one (or a bigger piece). AVAST!