Sunday, November 25, 2007
Thursday, November 22, 2007
the torrid caught muscle once rapturous Chickasaws [blurb] emboldened cautious diaphragm once feeble (cradle) oyster slivers I‘ve sucked replete of this> [blurb] bolder cartouche lips, so "symmetrical” A CORSIKA infaunal with xy-projection digging turns (or maps)--or maps of turns cautious aerial footage once & splotch once & “thistle” “tissue” “her bivalve lips”(from overhead) --embryo once caught muscle rupture perpendicular us not quietly erasing fetation
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Monday, November 19, 2007
Friday, November 16, 2007
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
I was feeling artistically uncreative this morning, so I decided to dig up some old books in storage, and happened upon Emanuelle, Bianca, and Venus in Furs-- erotic comic strips from Guido Crepax. I tried my hand at drawing--something I haven't done for quite some time (other than drawing a Spongebob character for my son a couple days ago, but that doesn't really count).
I wouldn't say it was a complete success, but it was still a fun process...the ass cheeks and hair look decent. Then again, who can fuck up ass cheeks?
Note: the poem is a cut-up of text from the story of Bianca.
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
In other news...
Many thanks to Riccardo Cavallo and Roberto Cavallera for displaying this poem, giving it new life again. This is, perhaps, one of those poems I feel strongly about because it was written for someone at a time of friendship. Turns out that friendship was all in vain, shallow, and convoluted. It's hard to read the poem and not think about what had been. But one must move on...