This is a goofy UGA football fan with a giant foam hand. I love the Bulldogs. I have been watching them since the days of Lars Tate. It is amazing to see them look like a national title contender. They have a world beating run defense and a great offense that can run and throw. I hope they can keep their head and stay undefeated and meet bama in the sec title game. Its still early though. Go Dawgs!
A baby is a happy little monster who grunts and drools and makes strange bodily noises. They live to be loved and taken care of. Here is bubbles without the bubbles.
This is a fish that swam in large arcing spirals out of an acid trip. He is an alien lifeform from a parallel dimension. He swims around in thunderclouds generating lightning in summer thunderstorms. He is elusive and hard to catch — but sky anglers are persistent because the reward for catching one of these is large.
This was an assignment for an illustration class I took a long time ago. They recently turned this building into the landscape architecture school. They now have a cool new giant art school on a different part of campus. Its sad when things change. ;_;
This is a friendly blue monster with red feet and red spines. He also has two tentacles for hands. He loves sugary drinks. They make sparkle with hyperactive jolts of monstery zings.
5 eyed fish swim around in cooling towers of abandoned nuclear power plants. They eat the radioactive algae that floats around in their warm and slightly brackish waters. The 5 eyes allow them to see in extra dimensions so they can check their watch, surf the web, watch cartoons, read a book and skype with Justin Bieber all at the same time. Purple 5 eyed fish. His lips are perfect.
This is a Penguin mascot for Penguin kids books. He is young and lovable and he has a big smile and big blue eyes. He gets hot in the summer so he retires to his igloo to stay frosty.
This is a dopey green fish smiling. He smiles because he doesn’t know the full weight of his situation. He doesn’t know he is food for bigger fish. He thinks his role is to eat watermelon seeds and swim around in the dark being content and worry free.
In December, 2014 Mike Olsen was diagnosed with a little known chronic lung disease called Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. It causes progressive scarring of the lungs and it is fatal. It is the result of a faulty immune response by the body. Mike is working to raise awareness about this disease. Check out the Mike Olsen Project on Vimeo. It is a beautifully produced video about his plight.