“Chess and Laundry,” written and directed by George Abi-Hanna, is David Lynch directs the Seventh Seal meets a Kung Fu movie based on a script by a jazz composer with sound editing done in Tom Waits’ tool shed. In other words, a surrealist, existential, political sight and sound roundup centered around a man and a woman fighting it out over a chess board.
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I was going to start a webcomic about a guy traveling Germany searching for cryptids, especially the Woggle, and learning the language. Here is my art for character’s office. I guess I can say it’s on hold for the time being. I might return to it once I got a new story-line as the original was personal and some things changed in my life.
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Vintage K. Doonesbury: The Big Apple – Portland’s unofficial slogan might be “Keep Portland Weird,” but for New York it is just a mutual understanding among the locals. When you have a population of over 8,000,000 people, Weird is naturally going to be a demographic the politicians will have to cater to along with the Rich and the Poor and 1,000 shades in between.
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A man I admired greatly has passed on. Barry Crimmins was an American saint for all that he did. They say you should never meet your heroes but I did. And I’m thankful for it.
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