We put out calendars in 2012, and so many people have asked for more! I didn’t have time to put out a flip-book type calendar, so I thought I would make a poster one! In the style of those tea towel calendars. If I can source some tea towels, I’ll do that. But a poster is good too! I will let you know when it is in the shop!
I made Red Riding Hood sketches along these lines a while ago, and I like Dorito Person Red Riding Hood.
Just a little dorito, going to Grandma’s house.
yeah baby i am an ANIMAL in bed. more specifically a koala. i can sleep for 22 hours a day
put peanut butter on a pinecone and roll it in bird seed. hang it up outside. wait.
hey sorry im late i didnt want to come
I have really strong opinions on net neutrality. I have basically since I learned how network protocols work and just how many different bodies and organizations are involved in keeping everything functioning so that people can “have their internet”.
Tonight, I was hit with an inkling of this perverse notion. Something in my head asked,
"Would it really be so terrible if the internet as we know it ceased to be?"
Don’t get me wrong, the benefits we reap from rapid and open communication are immeasurable, but they come with a cost. Ultimately, it’s a human choice, but we allow so much of our communication to be replaced by digital mediums and devices. We spend more and more of our lives plugged into technology and out of tune with our humanity.
Call me old fashioned, but, sometimes, I can’t ever shake the feeling that something has been lost.