This is two fuzzy monster kids sliding on a slide.
This is a caricature of George Lucas. One thing the fan reaction to The Last Jedi makes apparent is that Star Wars fans are a bunch of spoiled narcissistic neck beard man children. At first I was on board with the Plinkett movement that the prequels took a piss on my childhood. Then I saw the fan reaction to the new movie and decided I am not one of those people anymore. What George Lucas did for movies is amazing. The guy invented a genre with some god tier movies that he had the balls to pay for himself. And in return he became a billionaire in an industry notorious for losing fortunes. The man is a rebel and genius. The beating he has taken from these losers is unforgivable. If I was Disney I would get George to direct the next movie just to thumb their nose at the jerks who call themselves Star Wars fans. If you haven’t seen American Graffiti you should watch it. It is a great 70s movie about the early 60s that George wrote and directed. It is proof that he is fundamentally a great movie maker.
This is an illustration of Karl Pilkington. He is friends with that guy Ricky Gervais. He has a perfectly round head and he is famous for his silly ad-libbed sayings. You can watch his show An Idiot Abroad on YouTube. I love how Karl turned out to look like a balloon. I made him look like he is filled with helium and I imagine he moves really slowly and smoothly like a sloth balloon in the Macys Parade. I am going through a balloon phase.
This is an old lady witch eating a passive gray kitty cat. She is an outcast and a practitioner of Wicca and she casts black magic spells on the people she hates. She hates everybody. I have no idea why she is eating a cats head. It just happened. Reminds me of Red Dragon where Ray Liotta had his brain eaten while he was alive. You have no pain receptors in your brain so that silly scene its possible. She is obviously my mom though. Happy birthday mom. You earned this one.
This is a blue monster with one eye and sneakers. He has problems with depth perception. He runs into things. He hasn’t had a bath in a year and a half and he smells like corroded batteries. He listens to lofi hiphop on youtube and trolls the comments. He hates you.
This is a giant resin pop art statue. It belongs in front of a billion dollar corporate headquarters in downtown Atlanta. It represents the childlike wonder and joy of dollar store consumerism. As a kid nothing was more fun or thrilling than going to a dollar store on a hot summer morning and walking out with a cool dayglow toy. It was magic. This is an altar to that feeling. It is about the joy and beauty of buying cheap and magical stuff that is made of petroleum products. It is also a doff of the cap to our reptoid overlords and ancestors who made it all possible.
I love shamans and witch doctors. They represent a time when humans knew much more and much less about the natural world. They created fantastical stories and entities to explain all facets of experience. McKenna likens them to guides of the psychedelic spirit world. He thought ayahuasca was a conduit to communicate with aliens in other dimensions and shamans could help you understand this journey. They are a savage version of Virgil guiding Dante through the concentric circles of psychedelic hell.
This is an illustration of a cute gray kitty with a bell collar around his neck. I love kitties. They are domesticated but they have a wild streak inside them. It is cool to watch their predator instincts kick in when they are hunting a tiny bug or lizard. They go into a hyper cute ninja mode that is a remnant of their lion ancestors. Bells are like a kitty alarm system to protect our songbird buddies from being eaten. This is one of my favorite animals.
I see this lady in Walmart parking lot. She sleeps outside next to her buggy. It makes me wonder what happens in a person’s life to force them to live outside. I feel bad for her. This is an illustration of a bag lady with a shopping cart full of detritus.