I know I’ve been being, like, the most boring, non-art-posting art blogger/artist in the history of forever.
Just wait for it. I’ll be sharing Sherlock fanvids with y’all yet.
But, yeah, with the lack of direct, specific art-related posts over here in WordPress Land.
I want to show y’all a better picture of my spinning wheel, but I don’t have any pictures of Vincent yet. I have, if y’all are into that sort of thing, set up an Instagram (I’m triesquid like I am just about everywhere) because I sucked it up and got an iPad for myself.
I kinda <3 him. His name is Hermes.
I don’t know why. Don’t ask me.
…and, yes, I do name pretty much everything. I’m a weirdo that way.
I did find this really interesting article in The Chronicle of Higher Education this last week (or was it last week? I don’t remember. I just know that I have been saving for y’all. ‘Cause I <3 y’all so much!): “Poets in the Print Shop.”
It’s quite nice.
On another side note, ’cause I’m full of them today, I’ve been reading Sherman Alexie’s novel The Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time Indian. It’s fantastic.
*flails around for an image so that this won’t be another image-less post*
Did I mention that I just ordered a bunch of stuff from Nut and Bee, who is going out of business and I’m SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD about it.
…does anyone think that using the llama stamp for the “you’ve been to The CRANE Center” stamp would be too–backhanded? Y’all know what it’s like to be a panic-ridden student (quite a few know what it’s like to deal with panic-ridden students): is the llama stamp too obviously “drama llama?”
Also, Instagram. See, I wasn’t lying about the Instagram.
*is totally not a hipster*
*tra lala la la*
Okay, I’m done spazing for now.
Courage and drama llamas.