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Hey, it’s a thing. Normally, you should be gloriously un-guilty about your collection of fountain pens: they’re actual tools, they last almost forever if you take good care of them, and as a working artist, you’re pretty good about avoiding … Continue reading
The new stainless steel roasting pan: at Williams -Sonoma on sale last summer with part of the tax refund.
Hey, you, / you riding a bicycle in the dark and cold/ with a little yellow light on your helmet and a white one and a red one/ on your handlebars and the back of your seat respectively/ that alternately … Continue reading
A break from the usual to ask anyone out there who knows a bit about Android smartphones for some advice. I have a Nexus 5, which I love, and now I bet you know what I am going to ask. … Continue reading
The price of butter is relevant to many (if not most) cartoonists. (Unless you don’t eat dairy, and even then, you may be shopping for those who do.) It’s a fact of life that the “artistic” spouse/roommate/family member, particularly if … Continue reading
And there is no better companion for a time wasting walk than a camera. Playing around with a very narrow depth of field in the garden on the corner, with sort-of-impressionistic results … the striped ornamental grass is cheerful and … Continue reading
Regular reader Wolfie and the amazing Masako were here at World Headquarters this morning on their way to Chicago to see the Magrittes. (They took me along and we had a great time in spite of the crowded galleries.) While … Continue reading
I am at a house painting party. Here are two of my hosts. (The next day: This was the first post with multiple images in it I have ever posted from my phone. After some consideration, and in honor of … Continue reading
We had a closer call here than we knew at the time. Yesterday afternoon we had one of those brief and terrible storms, the kind that send your phone vibrating off the edge of the desk with three urgent weather … Continue reading