Entry into Bea’s book, moly_x_1, http://moleskinex1.blogspot.com/.
Goofy abstractions for moly_x_4. I happened to have the book with me at printmaking class where we were practicing letterpress printing, so I ran my book through the press to get the type.
To see how this art flowed to the next page, http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrtyhrrs/2561698570/in/set-72157603943706123/.
This entry was created for moly_x_29, http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrtyhrrs/2561698570/in/set-72157603943706123/. I am Indigo.
This is what the backyard is looking like today. Raining and 50°F. Very gloomy day.
My response to Sarah France’s entry, moly_x_2. Gogo, Kill Bill.
Painted the whole book black. Sent it off. Now I want it back. Some moly_x groups die on the vine. Wish I had this one back.
My son, Joji, studying at the Copper Cup in Bloomington, Indiana.
My entry into Lynne’s book, moly_x_54, http://moleskinex54.blogspot.com/. Please check out the whole book. The work by the other artists is stupendous. Thanks.
Zombies swingin’ French Rococo style. This image is based on the panting “The Swing” by Jean-Honore Fragonard, C.1767. It was created for moly_x_61: The Zombie Pin-up Anthropological Aesthetic Experiment, http://www.moleskinex61.blogspot.com/.