A Thousand Bites

Without sunlight there would be no visualization. Put that in your pan and fry it. Thank you, Mr. Glaser. Without you our visualization would be less luscious. 

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Milton Glaser


Screen Shot 2014-04-02 at 10.09.05 AMThanks to the fearless playfulness of the first human to make bread. And to you, Blexbolex, for a hotpop trip to the bakery and butcher for our sandwich fixins, and the genuine confidence of Je Sais Cuisinier. Yes, yes, I do know how to cook.

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And now this

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CCAD 17th Annual Art of Illustration Show

Opening Reception Saturday, April 5th, 2014

Columbus, Ohio

Rejoice, the adventure endures!

Thank you to Suits-Herself-Cindy for inspiration, links and time out from her time in.




5 responses to “A Thousand Bites

  1. Not so sure about that creepy squirt of mustard (?) on that Dagwood sandwich…

  2. I believe that is a giant A, LRoy, but I am not sure why it is there. Hmm. What are we missing? Will investigate.

    Btw, do you have Vineyard plans this summer? We need to get a sandwich together.

  3. suits herself cindy

    The butcher illustration reminds me of my new favorite quote–“Red meat isn’t bad for you. Fuzzy, greenish blue meat is bad for you.”

  4. suits herself cindy

    Also, the poster says “A” “O” “I” for “Art of Illustration.” But it’s true that it is not done very well.

  5. Words to live by, for sure. I would say that applies to all of life. Can’t think of much that is fuzzy + greenish-blue other than Icelandic moss that is good for you. Icelandic moss is VERY good for you. Just that though.

    I did not see A O I but did think it must spell something. Was looking for ART and got blinded by that. I like the illustration anyway and would like to see the show.

    Thank you for your comments, S-H-C!

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