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March 13, 2005

Sunday Is Late Night Art Day

I just put up something here and here about people who flee reality. To me, the strangest thing about such folk is that they almost always ALSO fear imagination. You'd think they could get behind one or the other.

Anyway, here's:

"Highboy" by Rodger Roundy.

... and "Peonie Security" from the Homeland Security collection by John Douglas. (Via wood s lot, via Scratchings.)

Posted at March 13, 2005 11:49 PM | TrackBack

My bothers and I had a lot of fun posing for that artist. Bet you don't know many octuplets.

Posted by: Harry at March 14, 2005 12:00 AM


The weird thing about my life is that I only know octuplets.

Posted by: Jonathan Schwarz at March 14, 2005 09:18 AM

I don't believe those guys are octuplets - a LOT can be done by makeup artists these days, and the guys in the back that we can just see the rear head of could be almost anyone wearing a wig.

Posted by: mistah charley, ph.d. at March 15, 2005 06:29 AM