We missed Halloween this year so it was great when Vizma sent me this belated Halloween Boekie sans boner jokes. Of course, we were somewhat disappointed by the lack of boner jokes and she has since promised to include them under a separate cover. I scanned this extra big for maximal viewing so please take a look. The jolly roger is the cover.
Actually I just threw in the part about Rocky Marciano...both for thematic consistency and because this bit of ephemera that Nancy sent me (see upper left) reminded me of fight posters. It looks pretty good on this A-Line number too. On the flip side Nancy asked me if I miss Gilda. Nancy, my reply is in the mail. Thank you,…Continue
Received this none to early warning about the impending holiday. Unfortunately, it looks like Thom's wall is about to be breached by the Xmas Rocket, aka the juggernaut of capitalist excess. But if Thom could just get with the program and starting being a maker not a taker he could start his own line of products and be on the receiving end of that gravy train.…Continue
(crackling sound of old film going through a rickety film gate) VO: Behold! The latest in fashion from the couturier to the elite: Katerina of Thessaloniki. (Kettle drums go here) (cut in footage of Victor Mature knocking down a big ol' stone temple) VO: Katerina of…Continue
The versatile Susan McAllister seen here in droll collage mode. Susan's work reminds me a bit of Svenja Wahl's stuff...They wield a taut scalpel. Well, they actually they would wield two taut scalpels. Four hands on one scalpel would be, by definition, unwieldy. So let them proceed with their wielding, if you please. (I'd like a nice brass band playing as…Continue
Cheryl Penn sent some massacred paintings with helps. Dense as I am I did not realize until I received this current offering that Cheryl's technique involves 1) Making the Painting 2) Photograph It (and possibly write the narrative story) 3) Cutting it up and sending out the pieces of the painting along with the photograph of the piece from which it…Continue