The Hamburglar as an Engineer of the Revolution.
The Hamburglar as an Engineer of the Revolution.

Rob says that three elements makes a collage an i'm trying to focus on that.  I do so because it is an interesting constraint but also because I usually want to add just one thing too many to a particular collage.  That tends to water down the message.  

 

And what more do you need than a pink pussy hat to get your message across?

 

Sources:
Time magazine
Gold-colored aluminum foil.

Snails for Brains
Snails for Brains

Space snails!  An obvious reference to Brain Slugs from Futurama and what are snails but slugs with big hair?

 

I'm not entirely sure the message of this piece is coherent - something about brain manipulation and suffragettes and space but I really liked how everything looked together.

 

Sources:
National Geographic magazine
Birds and Blooms magazine
Time magazine
What's Out There book.

Don't regulate these guns
Don't regulate these guns

Look, if you don't like Ruth Bader Ginsburg for being just a bad ass, I don't know what to say about you.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Is it alcohol poinsoning or radiation sickness
Is it alcohol poinsoning or radiation sickness

I feel like this last year has been an exercise in Temperance.  And not throwing up all over the house.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Imbibe magazine

The National Geographic: 100 years of adventure and discovery

 

I look ahead because the past is the past
I look ahead because the past is the past

Sources:

Time magazine

Wyomings Wild River Range

Pasta in the brain
Pasta in the brain

Such lovely golden locks.  Just the BEST.

Not my bowl of pasta.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Pasta poster print.

The power of cheese dust and snack food
The power of cheese dust and snack food

He's the Nacho President, you know?  That's what Nick Offerman calls him on Twitter and that's just how the name rongs in my head now.

 

Sources:

Time magazine (yeah, even the nacho)

Trump is out of this world
Trump is out of this world

His footprint will be global in scale. And his backing is becoming far less... obscure.

 

Sources:

Rollingstone magazine

What's Out There: Images from Here to the Edge of the Universe

And them her head exploded
And them her head exploded

Angela merkel has had a rough time being the new top world leader, especially when Trump acts the fool during international travels.  She is doing a great job keeping her cool but I think he's in for some rougher weather, especially back home.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Birds & Bloom magazine

The Hamburglar as an Engineer of the Revolution.
Snails for Brains
Don't regulate these guns
Is it alcohol poinsoning or radiation sickness
I look ahead because the past is the past
Pasta in the brain
The power of cheese dust and snack food
Trump is out of this world
And them her head exploded
The Hamburglar as an Engineer of the Revolution.

Rob says that three elements makes a collage an i'm trying to focus on that.  I do so because it is an interesting constraint but also because I usually want to add just one thing too many to a particular collage.  That tends to water down the message.  

 

And what more do you need than a pink pussy hat to get your message across?

 

Sources:
Time magazine
Gold-colored aluminum foil.

Snails for Brains

Space snails!  An obvious reference to Brain Slugs from Futurama and what are snails but slugs with big hair?

 

I'm not entirely sure the message of this piece is coherent - something about brain manipulation and suffragettes and space but I really liked how everything looked together.

 

Sources:
National Geographic magazine
Birds and Blooms magazine
Time magazine
What's Out There book.

Don't regulate these guns

Look, if you don't like Ruth Bader Ginsburg for being just a bad ass, I don't know what to say about you.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Is it alcohol poinsoning or radiation sickness

I feel like this last year has been an exercise in Temperance.  And not throwing up all over the house.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Imbibe magazine

The National Geographic: 100 years of adventure and discovery

 

I look ahead because the past is the past

Sources:

Time magazine

Wyomings Wild River Range

Pasta in the brain

Such lovely golden locks.  Just the BEST.

Not my bowl of pasta.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Pasta poster print.

The power of cheese dust and snack food

He's the Nacho President, you know?  That's what Nick Offerman calls him on Twitter and that's just how the name rongs in my head now.

 

Sources:

Time magazine (yeah, even the nacho)

Trump is out of this world

His footprint will be global in scale. And his backing is becoming far less... obscure.

 

Sources:

Rollingstone magazine

What's Out There: Images from Here to the Edge of the Universe

And them her head exploded

Angela merkel has had a rough time being the new top world leader, especially when Trump acts the fool during international travels.  She is doing a great job keeping her cool but I think he's in for some rougher weather, especially back home.

 

Sources:

Time magazine

Birds & Bloom magazine

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