mostly uninterested in drawing makeouts that aren’t super uncomfortable
[working on a new comedy scifi adventure comic idea]
7¾” x 16″, Mixed media on wood panel
In case you missed it:
Last Wednesday (June 25th) marked the 30th anniversary of Prince’s Purple Rain. Deadshirt celebrated the album with a whole week of essays and original art: 30 Purple Years.
Ah, it is empty motion
EDIT: Now available on Society6
Art by Jen Overstreet (mixstation)
Wednesday, June 25th, marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Prince and The Revolution’s Purple Rain. In honor of this, Deadshirt presents an entire week of art and essays that explore and celebrate one of the greatest albums of all time.
"Nestled deep into the first side of Prince and The Revolution’s Purple Rain, “Computer Blue” serves its purpose in the film as a musical rough patch between The Kid and his muse, Apollonia. But in the greater context of Prince’s career as a professional solo musician, it’s perhaps the first great signifier of the often uneasy, frighteningly accurate ways Prince turns audiences on its head with frequent use (and abuse) of technology.”
Mike Duquette, 30 Purple Years: 4. Computer Blue
IS THE WATER WARM ENOUGH
My art is in Mumbai!! Thanks Camila for the photo :3
They host a lot of art shows, music, open mics, and art classes along with a tasty menu, check out their calendar or just swing by for a coffee. If you swing by this Thursday, you might catch music buddy jayackley playing at the Seize the Daye Variety Show.
Intrepid art explorer Jen Overstreet reports in comic form on her visit to the 2014 MoCCA Arts Festival
I wrote a comic last week for Deadshirt about visiting MoCCA Fest!