This is a fairly intense image, but life isn’t only about tea sipping birds… right? That wouldn’t be honest, somehow. Anyway, I’ll find something milder for the big Thursday show. Also, I’ve forgotten any/all specifics about the above equations, but they relate to force(s) somehow… I think. And there are a few deltas thrown in. Which is always fun.
Chuckie: “So this is… this is a Harvard bar, huh? I thought there’d be like equations and s*** on the walls. ”
– Ben Affleck – Good Will Hunting
About this image: pinhole photograph of digital photograph/text, further modified digitally
If this image seems odd, you’ve probably never been in my kitchen. Honestly, if it doesn’t fall out of a can and into a microwave there is bound to be a small to medium sized inferno.
Anyway, I’ll be sure to ‘cook up’ something calmer for the big Monday show. Until then, have a wonderful holiday weekend everyone!
About this image: charcoal drawing(s) on Bristol Board digitally colorized and highly modified to represent a TTV photograph.
These boots were made for walking, but this ramp sure wasn’t made for parking.
Walter Sobchak: “Who’s got a f****n’ million f****n’ dollars sittin’ in the trunk of our car?”
The Dude: “Our car, Walter?”
Walter Sobchak: “And whadda they got? My dirty undies… My f*****g whites…”
Walter Sobchak: “Say, dude. Where is your car?”
Donny: “Who’s got your undies, Walter?”
Walter Sobchak: “Where’s your car, dude?”
The Dude: “You don’t know, Walter?”
Walter Sobchak: [clears throat] “It was parked in a handicapped zone, perhaps they towed it.”
The Dude: “You f*****g know its been stolen.”
Walter Sobchak: “Well, certainly that’s a possibility, Dude.”
– John Goodman, Jeff Bridges & Steve Buscemi – The Big Lebowski
About this image: Ilford 35mm film scan, lightly modified
As if Monday’s aren’t crazy enough, right?
Sometimes being thick skulled is a good thing – like when… uh… what was it I was going to say again? My memory just isn’t what it used to be, and I have no idea why. Anyway, this is another image I made in one of my college photo classes. Good times! I think. From what I can remember of them, anyway.
About this image: Ilford 35mm film – printed with liquid emulsion on three 4″x6″ canvas panels .