Thursday, February 09, 2006

I hate poodles

The previously-mentioned awesome shit occurred eight blocks from The Cobra Commander's house in historic Bethlehem, PA. You know, I noticed that when I was watching it, but I'm glad you remembered - because I didn't. Much obliged, sir.

Also, finally got back to doing some artwork. Trying out some new techniques. Check it.



Also, 17:10:49. And yes, I plan on continuing to mention this.


At 4:06 PM, Blogger Rick said...

Drew, one of us is crazy, you or I. Because I am starting to see things in your art.
in number 13 there is clearly a man playing mini golf,
and in 14 a man is trying to fit his fist into his mouth.

At 10:14 PM, Blogger Benny said...

I hate Facebook, too. I joined up because one of my friends told me this guy I had a crush on for seven years was on there (and I told my man beforehand, so I wasn't being unfaithful or anything- just a stalker), but the only shit I could find out was that he's friends with people I've never heard of/seen- and also friends with Star Wars characters. I used to be able to see his photos, but not anymore! What use is Facebook to me now?? Bastids.

Drew, your art is really fun. I like all the green. I'm posting a link to the Miro (don't pull that hoity toity stuff with me! it's Googleable!)- The Blue Series. It's hanging in big murals in the Pompidou- the first thing that catches you when I walk up some stairs.

Also, check into Basquiat. There's something nearly urban about your work.


At 1:20 PM, Blogger Drew said...

Uh, there's nothing nearly urban about anything associated with Drew whatsoever.

At 11:07 AM, Blogger d said...

Did you use a scratch technique with #13?

At 9:39 PM, Blogger Drew said...

Little of column A, little of column B. I can see the man golfing...kinda.

Checked that stuff out. Dually noted and acknowledged that I am stealing from Miro, except that she says hers take an "extremely long time" to do. Mine are five minute jobs and I do 'em two at a time.

Drew (and B)-
I'm straight street, yo.

I sure did! I used the splintered end of a broken drum stick, of which there is a preponderence of in my basement. I'll add your blog when I make a post. Wilkommen!


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