When I was a kid, no trip up the mountain in the snow was complete without a snowman on the bonnet of the car. This being an unsecured load seems like a fairly stupid idea, but you know, wilder times back in the old days. There always used to be little piles of snow on the road at the first lights at the bottom of the mountain where they’d gracefully slide off.
WHEN: Monday 10 October 2011 6:00pm – 7:30pm (yes – tonight!)
WHERE: Sidespace Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Level 1, 77 Salamanca Place
Bovine Terrorists has sold, so it’s Secret Handshake‘s turn to go up against the wall at Spacebar.
For $440 it’s all yours framed and ready to go on your wall to impress your friends and crush your enemies, and vice versa if you are so inclined. If you don’t live in Hobart and you want it, contact me here and I’ll see what I can do…
UPDATE: Sorry, the original of this cartoon has already been sold! I’m told it’s hanging in a board room in London. Make of that what you will…
To buy an A5 sized signed archival print, it’s a special price of $12 Australian including postage (flat rate, worldwide) until 7 January 2011. [wp_cart:Kudelka Ennui Emergency print:price:12.00:end]
If you couldn’t access my site this morning, and I know this website is very important to you, dear reader, it went into meltdown due to the above haiku getting on the front page of reddit. Anyway, I think I’ve sorted it out, and if you want to, you can buy the t-shirt here and the mug here.
There are two cooking shows on tonight, and I don’t hold a lot of hope for the entree. On current form, it looks like the recipe for both apprentice master PMs will be “throw slogans into pot and stir vigorously”. Bon appetit.