Tag Archive: marketing

GOLDEN GOOSE

Sometimes I just feel like getting an idea out there and I don’t feel like going though all the suffering that painting is. Paint fights back, it just want to make muddy blobs… Continue reading

ISOLATED, INSECURE AND ANGRY

It’s good to be welcomed to the neighborhood, workplace or any other active community. It’s not so good to feel that you still don’t belong. While it’s good that they all want to… Continue reading

EMILY, KARL AND VINCENT

There always seems to be a cover charge for Club Inhumane or at least a drinks minimum – “kool-ade” as much as JW Blue these days. Getting in this hang out of the… Continue reading

TOYS WERE US

Hey, all you entrepreneurs out there, here’s a concept to exploit an untapped market; 50 grand plus one percent and it’s yours! When they wanted to play adult, Baby Boomer children (Those of… Continue reading

GALLERIE PURGATORIE

BEFORE ABOUT TWO CENTURIES AGO art was something only the very rich had. Back then, the top one per cent crowd would be surrounded by portraits, murals and tapestries. But for the rest… Continue reading

YOU CAN’T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU NEED

Back in the day, the three black and white TV networks and the one or two black and white daily news papers kept their content centrist to survive. They were truly a mass… Continue reading

CARTOONISH

This is not an editorial cartoon, even though I was an editorial cartoonist, here and there, in my career as an illustrator/designer. This resembles those drawings in style, black line with quick colorizing.… Continue reading

NO THANKS GIVING DAY PARADE

Once upon a time a president colluded, conspired and perverted the course of justice regarding his and his loyal – and not so – accomplices illegal activities to get dirt on political opponents.… Continue reading

ROBOTS IN THE PENTHOUSE?

The image here is the illusion the corporate marketeers at the paradoxically named Wild Caught Farms wants you to see. They want you to identify with the naive and happy lad from a… Continue reading

STATUE OF LIMITATIONS

The artist sculpts no more public works ennobling the others; he carves no more edifices at their behest for their enrichment. He was an appropriator, but never a forger; he worked in any… Continue reading