That seems rather masochistic.

Nice one, Dan. Great execution.

For those who have pockets, I think there is a less painful alternative.

Sigh…He’s never be the same after his epic battle with the giant eraser…

Birds. Art. Beautiful style.

My only regret is that this is not a one-color print on creme.


Reminds me of Dr. Zoidberg from Futurama:
“This letter has to be very personal, so I’m writing it in my own ink!”
(if you’ve never seen it, he’s a lobster/squid alien).

All creative expression is!

Reminds me of M.C. Escher’s Drawing Hands.

How was this not called “Autobirdography?”

Puns like that don’t come along every day, ya know.

A great way to end a day where I wore The elusive TaMoko Kiwi.

Happy day

This begs me to ask the age old Hatter question:

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

Discuss amongst yourselves.

Llamabox Rule

Llamabox Rule rejects lemon or cream shirts. He lives his life by only one law (cause his skin is kinda pasty): The Llamabox Rule.

“Well, everybody knows it’s worth a thousand words.”

If that is in fact the case, then I suppose you guys are giving a hell of a deal, since there are only 176 words in the description. I think the artist is being undervalued.

Draw your own present/presence…excellent design – simply elegant.

They say Poe wrote on both.

Some nice detail on the earth. I wonder how that’ll look printed?

Which came first, the bird or the feather?

What is that under the bird? Is that a light shadow, suggesting the bird is slightly transparent? Or is the bird just sloppy with the ink and, as such, has accumulated a nice puddle of it underneath its body?

if the feather were larger, the message would be a lot easier to understand…

Clever, though!