Whoa, I’m glad you liked my art enough to hunt me down online. Thats really cool, thanks! Enola’s zine covers also look very slick, so you too, keep it up.
For the past two years, a mysterious online organisation has been setting the world’s finest code-breakers a series of seemingly unsolveable problems. But to what end? Welcome to the world of Cicada 3301
THIS is interesting
I think its probably cool to post this online now.
I drew this almost a year ago, originally it was to be used as a label for a tonic from Cincinnati restaurant, The Rookwood.
The design was never used though hopefully one day it will!
Here’s some drawings I did of a few of the goofballs we met during our farming travels.
The duo we met in Honeydew, hapless bff’s
Keith we worked with for four days on the mountain, he had a lot to say
We met the last gentleman on the mountain, Clyde was crude
Seriously keep your eyes on this shop, theres quality coming from Dev up in Oregon. She never skimps on her craft.
She describes her wares:
"Feral, Northwest Design. DIY, Screenprinting, tailoring, custom-made costumes, wands, rattles, ceremonial items, taxidermy, crafts, herbal blends"
Devanka hopes to have everything posted by the weekend, DONT SLEEP!
Cloud entity ascending on the mountain, Vida posing, my camping spot after I relocated further uphill, foggy wood yard, Charlie squinting, taking the dogs for a foggy hike, totally degraded camera-phone night vision shot of the full moon, an odd gram weigh-in, one of the 4 times penny was sitting still, yoda passed out
Foggy farm view, Reese sunning, oyster mushrooms I foraged, my/our first camping spot, beautiful cell-phone degraded sunset, hanging the product, and I swear the last picture looks like a background of a level from Doom more than something from real life.
I have poison oak all over my balls, left thigh and my lower stomach and now its on my left cheek, too.
Never stop the shine!
Last day of downtime. We drove just past Arcata on the 101 to Moonstone Beach.
So ethereal, the fog was rolling in just as the sun was setting.