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the prettiest terminal in the world
after half a decade, the best garment i have ever owned is reaching the very end of its bare threads
i love you velvet jacket you will live forever in my memory
the scan is a little funny, but this is for the inside fold of salesman’s new album, which is out next week
screenshot of a new website, visit at train.neocities.org please
got back to some mineral specimens (this one is aventurine)
this sleepy little fox is going on salesman’s new record
second life, 51”x83”, woven cotton
did i mention i was doing an album cover for hikes? they’re silkscreening big cloth maps of the image to wrap the record. very fun. release party is in austin next week.
the smallest pens i can find aren’t quite small enough
i spent last night doing a kids-book style illustration after this adorable game, space/off (http://a-dire-fawn.itch.io/spaceoff)
mind wolf and cool bug aren’t together anymore, but i’m sure they had romantic italian space dinners on the bridge at some point
color coming maybe
i drew a grownup board for snakes and ladders (arrows). if you like that game, feel free to print it out on your home printer.
the game of snakes and ladders is for 2 or more players and is played on a board with 72 squares numbered 1 to 72. play begins on square number 1 at the bottom lefthand corner of the board and finishes on sqaure 72 at the top lefthand corner.
players take turns to roll a dice and move along the number of squares rolled. if a player lands on a square which has the base of an arrow upon it then they automatically advance their position by moving up to the point of the arrow.
similarly if a player lands on a square which has the head of a snake upon it then the player must automatically follow down to the tail of the snake thereby losing position. the winner is the player who is first to land on square number 72. you must roll the exact number needed to land on 72. )
Hello there! Welcome to the world of BAROQUEMON! This world is inhabited by creatures called POKEMON! For some people, POKEMON are pets. Others use them for fights. Ourselves… We study POKEMON as an obsession.
You are invited to an evening of light parlour entertainment in the tradition of the Baroque era. Join us for original chamber ensemble reworkings of musical themes from the Pokemon Red and Blue games, now for harpsichord and viola; delicate scenes in miniature paper theatre exploring the environments and characters native to the Kanto region; sonnets inspired by some of the greatest literary works in the Pokemon Cannon; seated tea service of era-appropriate beverages, treats, and refreshments; a Pokemon Parlour to surpass all others.
Your very own BAROQUEMON legend is about to unfold! A world of dreams and adventures with POKEMON awaits! Let’s go!
aspen, 36”x28”, pen and ink and gold leaf on paper
smash brothers melee tapestry