Thursday, March 17, 2011

No Rules Group Show

So if you're in the Salt Lake area on Friday, I've got two pieces showing at the Blonde Grizzly's No Rules Group Show. Blonde Grizzly is located at 15 East 400 South and the show starts at 6 or 6:30ish. I think I will just hang out there most of the night because I like it there.

Here are the two pieces I'm showing:

This first one is inspired by the poetic Charlie Sheen. Even though the whole media coverage of the event was excessive and unnecessary, some of the things that were coming out of this mouth were just amazing. I would sit there and think, "Who talks like that?"


The other piece is from the M. Ward song, One Hundred Million Years. If you haven't heard his music before, maybe you should check it out. It's really pretty.


I am going to try to make these into cards, little cards that you can send to your friends when you want to tell them something special. I think Sheen or Ward's sayings can pretty much encompass anything you would want to say to someone.

9 comments:

Cerise said...

I love the Charlie Sheen quote! I agree that the media coverage was a little insane, but I couldn't help watching and being amazed by the words coming out of his mouth.
Would love that in a card or even in a print!

Melissa I. said...

These are awesome! You're WINNING!

Ashleigh Sochor said...

Haha, I agree with Melissa...you are WINNING! Duh! Seriously, though, I love your work. The beauty of your papercutting paired with the crazy of Charlie work well together! Thank you for your Tuesday tutorials, btw!

Snippety Gibbet said...

What fun pieces! You and the troll quote are incongruent things in my brain, but that's something I like about you.

Elsita posted about the book coming out. Wow! The company you keep! I knew you were featured in a lot of amazing things, but WOW!

jan

Margaret C said...

These are GLORIOUS !! I especially LOVE the second one !

michelle's 10 things said...

Thank you for your Tuesday Templates. I just got my daughter to print the freedom bell and nativity for me.
I especially love your first vision with the jar. I bought the domed jar, and a book that I hoped to cut up for sillouettes. I would rather buy your pattern (and instuctions-that is what is stopping me).
Let me know if it is possible to buy the pattern. Thank-you. Michelle @ johnson797@att.net or http://michelles10things.blogspot.com.
Thank you for sharing your work, and patterns.

Nic said...

What type of adhesive did you use for the CHarlie Sheen cutting for the letters?
I have only done one cutting with seperate pieces (a pic of Keith RIchards)

xashee's corner said...

are you on the drug?? the Charlie Sheen drug? hehe latest news is he might be coming back to two and half men, who i thought fired him but i guess like the hype so much is willing to take him back?!! looking forward to the cards you make...your work is AWESOME! :)

Marie said...

I need the Charlie cards. I can just give you $7.50 and get cards straight from you, right? Or do you make a bunch of money off the $1.50 shipping? ;)