I’m going to be taking the rest of the day off to find awesome things on the interwebs. I may post some things here. I may not. I may delete my entire blog and start from scratch. I may not. I’m not sure yet.
I need a few hours to find myself. Again.
I just thought I’d warn you.
I really admire Molly Crabapple. I would love to do what she does. (If you don’t know what she does, visit her site.) What I love most about her is Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School. I’ve been wanting to take a class ever since I learned about Dr. Sketchy — as well as take on a great, quirky-sounding persona. And if I could come close to emulating her artwork, I would be supremely happy.
If I could, I would love to create a Dr.Sketchy-esque venture of my own, only with tarot readings. In fact, the more I think about it, the more it sounds like a traveling gypsy caravan in my head.
If I could combine art and tarot in a way that’s as new and exciting as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, and be as cool as the “Downtown Phenomenon,” that would be amazing. I’d even take on a weird-sounding persona, like Mistress Tarocchi. Or something to that effect.
I can’t wait to see what becomes of Molly Crabapple’s Week in Hell. I’m sure it’ll be awesome.
[Arjan Haring asked me this question on Facebook six days ago, where I just answered it. I thought it was such a great question, so I put it here.]
LOL. I wish I would have seen this sooner. I would have to say… the Dell Inspiron Duo. I love the flippiness of it. If it were to be preloaded with Microsoft Visio 2010 (Professional Edition), that would be just swinky.