i think im selling these at the domy
starting saturday. they are sealed with yin-yang stickers, go buy one. i finally found a formula to these...not one to get them done, but to keep me satisfied with them. im learning that having an idea done and tangible is way more valuable than having it perfect. perfect never gets done. this new found common sense is going to allow me to finish tons of projects ive had on the back burner.
i tried my best to contribute to the LUCK OF THE DRAW show at diverse works, but no one bought my portrait of god...listening to a speaker. the best drawings, were from all the people i knew, that kinda ruled. (kitty vs dino)
last month a design firm in milwaukee saw one of my drawings on myspace. they sent me an email about using it for a non-profit campaign, of course i agreed after doing some research on them. a few weeks later i get a check for a grand from them saying that was their "art budget" for the project! some people on myspace get murdered some get paid.
next week im almost positive that ill be offered a new design job. i was asked to come in (for a second time) to talk to the human resources people...why would i talk to them if it wasnt about asking me to join? im so excited it was the only place i really liked. our first interview ended with us all having breakfast tacos and making fun of Mattress Mac (who walked by, apparently he films his commercials right next door.)....DREAM JOB! the current office is only temporary til the building on houston and washington is ready. ill be so happy to leave a place where politics outweighs everything under the roof. ive been here for three years, however the last one makes it seem like six.
has anyone seen the Guns, Germs, and Steel
documentary? you have to!
thank god for project fuckin runway!