Monday, September 18, 2017

INCONSISTENT CRACKERS

These cracker ladies were hanging out on a box we bought. I like buying the off brands. Besides cutting costs, once in a while I'll get a batch with browned edges which I love. Consistency of product in some cases is unimportant, surprise me! The ladies were an added attraction.

Friday, September 1, 2017

OF THE SAME ORANGEIN

I found these guys on a container of orange juice. But strangely, and I don't know why, with as much as I like oranges and orange juice, for some reason lately, all I can think when I see the color orange, are either comical or negative thoughts. I guess it's just one of those things. I'll get over it sometime. I hope soon, though I'm afraid it'll probably take longer.

Monday, August 14, 2017

SOLDIER AND TOP HAT

Here are two characters I found on a Supreme pizza a time back. The soldier, looking like a drill sergeant, seems a bit perturbed by the whimsical antics of the colorful dancer before him.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

CUPPY AND CREAM

They may disagree, as friends do, but they remain friends. I can't remember where I found them. Usually I make a point of knowing where I find these characters. I guess I slipped up this time. Sorry.
But, this doesn't mean I feel any less for them. They're still part of the family!
     I'll probably run into another friend of theirs sometime, then I'll revisit this post and make amends.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

MY BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE BY THE END OF AUGUST

ABOVE IS THE LATEST INFO ON MY BOOK. I'll have more about its release as the latest details concerning publishing and print information become available.  Thank you.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

TRIO OF FLAKES

     My daughter makes a mean plate of rice and beans. But, breakfast time called for corn flakes and milk. And I was, as usual, looking out for my character friends on the box.
    That's when I discovered this trio of flakes among the others floating in the milk. They seemed to be begging for release from their fate of eternally floating in the illustration. An image enticing one to eat corn flakes and cool milk. And so, I chose to release them. And though they seem bewildered by their newly found freedom, now they have a new purpose: Pareidolic art.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

DAY AT THE MARKET

This little lady was at the market struttin' her stuff and selling her goods; lots of good fruit. She was walking along a tall icy glass of tea on a box containing tea bags. I couldn't see her right away. I had to look deeply into the cool, sweaty glass of tea so sweetly airbrushed. I wonder what the artist would think of the art I've found within and beyond his.

     Sorry I was late with this month's blog entry. I was busy working on the formatting of my book, Marine Tigers: A NewyoRican Story, which will be out soon. I'll let you know.