Friday, December 22, 2006
this month i made something half-way useful: a calendar. a zodiac calendar. 2 color silkscreen on yellow paper. 15.5 inches wide and 23 inches tall. suitable for framing, thumbtacking, or rolling up and hiding in your closet for 20 years until your child finds it and hangs it in their dorm room with black lights shining upon it, finally releasing years of hidden mojo. Edition of 50, signed and numbered. $25 shipping included, paypal: nb_russell (at) hotmail.com. if you order today i can ship tomorrow for a new year's delivery. i am better at shipping quicker now, having worked out some kinks from last month.
thanks again to all the subscribers and patrons. i appreciate each and every one of you and also love you.
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Thursday, December 21, 2006
Tuesday, December 19, 2006
i was in home economics class in 7th grade with my friend joe. we took a written test about food and joe knew he would fail. so he filled in funny answers to questions. such as:
q: how long should one cook fish?
a: until it's done
q: what does RDA stand for?
a: rad dude association
i have nothing knew to post as i have several buns in the oven. but if there was rad dude association, these guys would be on the board of supervisors. their art was their life and their life was art. top to bottom: antonio frasconi, ray johnson (photo by bill wilson), and harry partch.
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Mollusk Family Show opens this Friday
Art by Johanna St.Clair, Jeff Canham, Alex Kopps, Orion Shepherd, Laura Flippen, Thomas Campbell,
Jay Nelson, John McCambridge, Dave Mueller, Nick Allen, Jeff Manson, Tyler Manson, and Nat Russell
With music by the Mumlers
Friday, December 15th, 7:00-10:00, 4500 Irving Street (@46th Ave)
Monday, December 11, 2006
Thursday, December 7, 2006
these are some photos of some stuff that was in a show i had in may that i forgot about. aw hell. my friend john minardi helped me hang that whole show out of the goodness of his heart, and all i ever did was borrow a pair of shorts and his vhs copy of the wicker man and never give them back to him.