Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Found and Lost: Inconvenient Artifact #6

As described (and, sadly, eaten) by members of Jacob Roggeveen's expedition in 1722.

"Traffic Snarls" Erupts on the big screen! AIFF will Show Shocking Animated Short!

Hey friends, my hard-hitting mini-epic expose about Anchorage commuting will be goring oxes left, right, and in reverse at the Anchorage International Film festival. You won't want to miss this brutally honest look at transportation issues
and what they say about us when the AIFF brings all the adventure, all the action, all the excitement, to the big screen all over our frosty little town! But Pete, I hear you wail, when and where can I see this masterpiece? Just go to the schedule here. Or, if you insist, you can see it on the teeny screen right here.

Odds Work in Mysterious Ways

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Found and Lost: Inconvenient Artifact #5

Inconvenient Artifact #5. As glimpsed from the Zeppelin "Norge" and described by Roald Admunsen in his secret diary of his 1926 Polar expedition.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Found and Lost, Incovenient artifact #4

Inconvenient artifact #4, Singed fragment of a toga recovered from beneath ruins of Roman city of Pompeii.  The city was buried by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. This bit of cloth was quietly stuffed in a drawer in 1965, pretty much forgotten about since then.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Found and Lost: Inconvenient Arifact #3

Cave Painting, France. Radiocarbon dated 17,000 years old. Exact location secret until they figure out what the hell is going on.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Found and Lost: Inconvenient Artifact #2

Found on the island of Minos, and hastily reburied.

Found and Lost: Incovenient Artifacts

Bizarre artifact unearthed in Western China. Archaeologists recommend re-burial, as it is "Just too hard to explain".

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Sleep of Reason reproduces Monsters (Homage to Goya)

Here is a drawing done for the show now hanging at the International Gallery of the Contemporary Art.