Tag Archives: Groundhog Day

I’ve had senioritis since 1998

But hey, it’s finally here!  MY SENIOR SHOW!  Alright, “MY” SENIOR SHOW.  It’s a shared show, but it’s still worthwhile, right?

The show, called Fluxus, features the work of myself, Alexandra Bowers, Michael Ellis, Kimberleigh Holsclaw, Brandon Scott, Megan Smith and myself, Greg Tidrow.  It will be in Gallery 100 from October 24th to the 4th of November.  The gallery is on ASU campus, uh, close to my house.  I’ll get back to you on the address.  Their number is 480.965.7044.

There is a sweet opening reception going on on October 25th, from 6 to 8.  Anyone who comes dressed in a costume will not have to pay the cover charge of zero dollars, and will be much more awesome.

Also, why didn’t Microsoft have this guy advertise for their Google II thing?  Because they are stupid, that’s why.

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What if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today.

I had to post today, if only to give homage to one of the best movies ever made, and the second best movie with Chris Elliot.  I’m talking of course about Groundhog Day, which also happens to be today.  If you haven’t seen the movie, I would tell you to see it, but if you haven’t seen it, chances are you don’t know what you’re even doing right now.  So, if you have seen this movie, see it.  Also, in 11 years, it will be 2/2/22, so that’s something to look forward to.

Today was sort of an off day for me.  Looking back, I did some alright drawings, so it worked out I guess, but I need better sleep.  That would probably help.  That or a billion dollars.  Or maybe that AND a billion dollars.  No, on second thought, they probably don’t mix.  Anyway, I made a triumphant return to using ink for my gestures, which is fun, as it allows me to make really wrong shapes that sometimes have a certain fun kind of rightness to them, which is fun.  Enjoy!

Also, I don’t like this one at all, but maybe I’ll try to add color or something.

A Sad State