I often take pictures while I work, and recently, I came across an older project when looking through my albums on Flickr. As I haven’t shown it before, I thought I’d do so.
Above, is a rough edit of my book cover. The title will probably change, as will the cover art.
Writing is hard work, but like art, it’s a wonderful way to pass the time. Like anything worth doing, it can be frustrating at times, but I’m really having a lot of fun re-working sentences, and fitting everything together – no really, I am.
This is a first attempt, so I’m a ways from putting anything out. That said, my goal is to one day e-publish a book. Short of hiring an editor, I’m going to try to do everything else myself, so, it’s probably going take a long time to complete.
I’ll post more updates in the future.
ABOVE: Marcel Duchamp, L. H. O. O. Q. (She is hot in the arse), 1919, pencil on postcard
Q: Why did Van Gogh become a painter?
A: Because he didn’t have an ear for music.
An artist asked the gallery owner if there had been any interest in his paintings on display at that time.
“I have good news and bad news,” the owner replied. “The good news is that a gentleman enquired about your work and wondered if it would appreciate in value after your death. When I told him it would, he bought all 15 of your paintings.”
“That’s wonderful,” the artist exclaimed. “What’s the bad news?”
“The guy was your doctor…”
Q: How many artists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Ten. One to change it, and nine to reassure him about how good it looks.
Q: What did the artist draw before he went to bed?
A: The curtains!
My mate hung himself in a modern art gallery.
It was three weeks before anyone noticed.
The art critic is someone who arrives when the battle is over and shoots the wounded.
Q: What happened when a ship carrying red paint collided with a ship carrying blue paint?
A: Both crews were marooned.
Q: What do you get if you cross a painter with a boxer?
A: Muhammad Dali.