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I loved everything about Books with Pictures in Portland. Friendly, approachable, great selection, inclusive. Terrific store with happy patrons! I’m in town for #xoxofest and wish the store was in my town!
I walked a mile to bodysurf “Uppers” at Trestles. I still want to check out the other spots there: Church, Middles, Lowers, Cottons. For as hard as it was to get there? Tons of people. But serene. I dug it.
More art framing! This was a test print through Burn All Books’ Riso printer for Sundays Quarterly 2019.1. It’s an inadvertent exquisite corpse as it includes test runs of layers by me, @unradmotions & @casual_vaper. Follow @burn_all_books for more awesome art. #risoprint #sandiego #zines
The carrots descending in the windy void were the most fun last night. I made 6 panels and put 1, then 2, then 4… last 32 marks in each panel. The orange marks turned into carrots. #spillsantaana #carrots
My father told me when I was in my teens: “you take in a lot of media, son, you should try to put some out there” and I think about that every day. Contributing to the latest @burn_all_books Sundays Quarterly was been an honor. This is my proud of my work face. More is coming.
This is my mom, Phyllis, symbolically fighting cancer. She’s gone 9 years in October. She fought so hard. I’m cultivating this energy for myself—sure life is unfair—but be of good cheer, surround yourself with love, and fight for what’s right!
#Cosplay is magic. Vasquez!; fun-loving Galactus, Devourer of Worlds; Jennifer Walters: She-Hulk; Parker from Alien; Queen of the Iron Throne; Rainbow Batman; DC Bombshells’ Wonder Woman; Steranko! (dapper men cosplay themselves) #sdcc #sdcc2019
I’m pretty sure this is my second medical robot, the first was Baymax. 2-1B first appeared in the Star Wars universe in The Empire Strikes Back in 1980, caring for Luke post-wampa attack and then post-Darth Vader duel. Welcome! #NewBotDay
I was given this keychain made of heavy brass in 1987 for painting backdrops with @chrisgreazel for a Uní High fashion show. I remember Madrid and Barcelona I think? Chris would remember better. This weekend I’m crafting or trying to craft cosplay pieces and as usual making things comes with a lot of feelings of success and failure simultaneously. But it’s also fun to see the odd resources I have and memories to draw on that I have had success.
Spalding Gray taught me so much. Glad to have a copy of this on DVD. The bootleg I had on VHS taped from A&E in 89 lasted a long time. Then the copy I torrented in 2005 worked for a long time. Now I’m legit. Spalding you are very missed.