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Sunday, February 27, 2011

IF ...swarm

1963 was a colossal year for many many reasons, one of which may have been Alfred Hitchcock's introduction of mindless terror as evening entertainment... had most folks swarming to (and from) the theaters!
~~"How sweet to be a Cloud Floating in the Blue!" It makes him very proud To be a little cloud~~

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Friday, February 25, 2011

Coffee Mugs

Man cannot live by bread alone. But with company (and some coffee) all things are possible.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Lucy In Disguise (part 2)

Grumpy is always fun to draw... here are some Fred studies for the current quadrocoil... ~~you know, his pants are almost as much an indicator of Mr. Mertz as is his scowl. Not sure how much of his pants will make in the final composition, however... the latest revision included below.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

IF ...layer

"Never, never, never, never ~in nothing, great or small, large or petty, ~never give in!" This multi-layered quote after the blitz in 1941 came from the multi-layered Winston Churchill, the British Bulldog, fiercely inspiring his country to persevere.

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Coffee Mugs

Although Phrenology as a true science has been debunked since the mid 19th century, the "detailed study of the shape and size of the cranium as an indication of character and mental abilities" has somewhat found a home the world of caricature. Here, we caricaturists violently manipulate that skull in order to expose a more accurate truth of a person's character.
...and yes, sometimes even their mental abilities.


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Saturday, February 12, 2011

IF ...sweater

If anyone could be properly labeled a sweater, it would have to be J. Edgar Hoover (head of the F.B.I. for over 37 years) ~~why, he could even make presidents sweat!... he was rumored to take his work home with himself as well, where he would fine tune all other aspects of his sweater-duties as he saw fit.

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

IF ...reverse

Well, here's another nice mess I've gotten myself into!
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy really mixed it up in the 30s and reversed the prevalent feeling of ennui fostered by the depression.
And here they mix it up again.
Just for you.


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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Coffee Mugs

The most significant secrets are easily hidden from view of the world nearby, but there are times when, unexpectedly, the inner truth will out. ...and there's no denying it.

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