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during my summer holidays from elementary school, i was supposed to do a drawing every day showing the growth of a “morning glory” flower i planted in the spring. it was a combined science and art project.
i always drew the entire made-up 6-week record of the flower growing two days before school started at the beginning of september. my drawings would end up showing a bigger, more beautiful and impressive flower than actually grew in real life. a big bloom would show up suddenly in my drawings on august 30th or 31st.
one year, my flower died because i forgot to water it. i did the same kind of drawings anyway.
Tags: bloom, doodle, drawing, flower, glory, grow, heads, holiday, internal murmuring, memory, morning, paper pushers, record, school, summer
i’m inspired by the ugly patterns on the textiles for baby clothes at the fabric store. happy clowns and baseball patterns and weird pastel-coloured bears with eyes too close together. they are so ugly i’m having nightmares.
Tags: baby, black, doodle, drawing, fabric, frog, heads, hole, nightmare, paper pushers, pattern, textile
it’s been super cold here in saskatoon. it’s already the end of april! it was snowing the other day… i like prairie winter – so cold and painful, but not this long.
i should start spreading cherry blossom heads. they will keep me warm.
Tags: black, bleed, cherry-blossoms, heads, nose, panda, paper pushers, pencils, winter