Night on Peyote Mountain is a 9″ x 9″ x 2″ shadowbox showing some of my melted action figure guys in a night desert tableau. Made with cut paper, this is a kind of sketch for my next animation. I don’t have a title, but it’s a sequel to The Benefits of Radiation.
This last one has gold stars I found on the sidewalk at work.
All the best magicians have the best assistants, and Dr. F was no exception. And while his whole story is lost in the ether, Kitty Wampus didn’t share his fate. She worked with Dr. F during his years working as an illusionist. It’s assumed she stopped working with him when he turned his attention to conjuring and more traditional forms of Magic. It’s also unclear just how close they were.
This piece is pretty much imposible to photograph well. The container is a plastic specimen jar a friend gave me.
Thy body is a temple. Here are some of the deities found there, anthropomorphized for your connivence in a vintage laxative tin.
I’m sure I don’t have to explain this. Especially not the Virgin Thumbnail or Nosetradamus. I’m sure you aren’t going to ask.