Before Haruki Murakami was a novelist (I would argue one of the greatest novelists of our time) he owned a jazz club in Tokyo called “Peter-Cat” or “Peter-Cat Jazz“.Â It was named after his cat. Although the club is no longer there, Keith and I thought it would be fun to make a t-shirt for it. Here is our design:
Working on getting some shirts printed up.
Keith and I had a Bad Art Night. His art… well… it was so bad he didn’t even finish it. But no judgments! I did a painting/collage combo that I call ELLA-NYC.
Ella was my cat. Now she’s immortalized in art!
Are you looking for a new hobby? Maybe you want to get into Chinese cricket culture! In addition to crickets, you’ll need to invest in some gear.
This collection is for crickets kept as pets for their “singing” talent. There is also the dark side of the cricket world – fighting crickets. I guess watching two crickets fight could be interesting… the first two times. Beyond that, well, you’re a strange person. I guess your crickets would need some Vaseline, tiny boxing gloves, some minuscule butterfly bandages…
Crickets!! A proud, 2,000 year history of entertaining.
In keeping with my theme from last week of posters/flyers I’d like to see, I mocked up another hot one tonight (under the guidance and supervision of PhotoShop Wizard Keith).
I think I’m breaking new ground for bar food! Eagle: it’s what for dinner.
It’s a strange endeavor to try to draw a deep-fried eagle wing.
One of my favorite recent bar ads from City Pages was from a bar named Cowboyz in Rockford, MN that advertised a Cougar Night. So now Cougar ladies get their own nights? Weirdly, it was from 6-8 p.m.
I would like to be walking through my neighborhood and see a posting for a Cougar Night on a telephone pole, the kind of spot usually reserved for garage sale signs and lost dog/cat notices.
Here is what it would look like (my Cougar Night charges cover for the ladies and not for the dudes!):
Yesterday morning Keith said, “I wish we had a robot that could walk the dog.” So I drew this: