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On this busy weekend, please excuse this second post announcing that I am now on Instagram! My username is “kekiongacomics”. This is my first venture into the big bad 21st century world of social media and I am already learning … Continue reading
This sign is crude but effective. I actually bought the product advertised: my new giant duffel bag is purple with grey straps. Note that the store behind the sign is mostly dark. It was 102 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday and … Continue reading
This Indian matchbox label is my new major inspiration for the Angel/Devil project. (I think the Devil’s horn rimmed glasses are definitely going to do this sometimes.) Since I have a word processor now, but still no scanner and no … Continue reading
OK. Here’s what’s going on here at the studio. It’s going to be a busy few weeks, with lots of changes and a steep learning curve, but the blog will continue, and (I hope) come out the other side with … Continue reading
This week is a words and pictures week. Let’s get down to the core of what makes visual storytelling tick, with a page a day from random volumes of my sketchbook and a 100 word story written on the fly … Continue reading
You may have noticed a new look or two on the blog today. I have updated the fonts, revised the header page structure, and added some new photographic header images, which are supposed to appear randomly. Please let me know … Continue reading
In case anyone was wondering, the drawing of the day project has just entered its eighth year. That’s an inked drawing, simple or elaborate, every single day for seven full years (so far). I wonder if it will make it … Continue reading
The Kekionga blog is almost four years old now, and it has grown and developed in many interesting ways. Among other things it has turned me back into a photographer, which I consider a rather amazing gift from the universe. … Continue reading
(Our now traditional post for Christmas night, an invented-on-the-spot bit of Kekionga folklore, originally posted in 2013.) One Christmas night we got home late from spending the holiday out of town. Our dog sitter left the Japanese lantern on beside … Continue reading