February 21st, 2007 What’s this you ask? This lovely, kinky, bootylicious Amazon flygirl? Well, just spin that can around, and you find that it’s…. A can of Dr. Pepper!!! Hootie Hoo!! Beautiful.
Category Archives: When I lived in Japan
These are posts I created when I lived in Tokyo, Japan from 2006-2008. They aren’t so much about art, but rather my experiences living as a foreigner in Japan, even though I’m a Japanese citizen.
February 19th, 2007 Meeks “‘Visual and it will Materialize’ “Like a house with lots of windows in it with a big kitchen inside and a garden or an orchard like a fruit orchard that you can pick your fruit from, and a beach, next to … Read More →
February 18th, 2007 My bro-in-law and sis sent me this menu from some restaurant in Colorado. My lord. Sounds like heaven to me. Especially, ironically enough, the sixth one from the top. You just can’t find this type of stuff in Tokyo.
February 18th, 2007 On Saturdays you can park your bike on the street, no problem. I parked mine in front of Bic Camera. Then I went to work. 10 hours later I signed my time sheet and walked out the door, glad to be done. … Read More →
February 15th, 2007 I feel like I did when I got my first Optimus Prime Transformer at 7 years old. I wanted to hold it and smother it and hug it and kiss it and so on. But at the same time I didn’t want … Read More →
February 13th, 2007 From sketches of my baby niece Sophia and some random girl I saw in an Amsterdam coffeeshop, put together in Photoshop. Might change it a bit.
Time to give it up—Estate. Beautiful, chill, good dancin’ music. Minnesota is nicely represented in their video: “Let Her Know”. Singing walleye and geese.
February 11th, 2007 I went back to Japanese school this past week. I have class every morning, from 8:30-12:30, Monday through Friday. It’s at the same school where I studied last year for three months. Well kind of. The school actually moved buildings to a … Read More →
February 8th, 2007 Can, I get everyone’s attention? Excuse me? Please, your attention? Thank you. ahem Well, my Ibook and I, we’ve come a long way. It was a sunny September day in 2003 when I first saw my Ibook, and I don’t think I’m … Read More →