"Que Sera Sera" - 18x24 Acrylic on Canvas
"Tequila" - 18x24, Acrylic on Canvas
"The Spirit of the Radio." In honor of getting my General amateur radio license, I painted Nikola Tesla to hang up in my ham shack.
"It's Just a Ride." Bill Hicks, one of the greatest comedians of all time. I painted this as a gift for a friend.
"Getting Medieval On Your Hiney" -- A gift for my mom's birthday. She's the world's biggest Weird Al fan.
Art that will be going up in Black Lodge here in Memphis once it reopens.
"Bitch, Be Cool" -- Acrylic on canvas -- Art inspiration taken from "Pulp Fiction."
"Get In" -- Blacklight reactive acrylic on canvas -- from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"
"Invoking the Spirit" -- Acrylic and spray paint on canvas -- from "The Craft."
"Yeeeee-Haaaaaw" -- Acrylic on canvas -- from "Dr. Strangelove."
"A Complete Lack of Respect for the Law" -- From "Smokey and the Bandit." Blacklight reactive acrylic on canvas
And one I did for my mom, who is a huge fan of the movie, "Slap Shot." It's called "Listening to the Fucking Song" -- Acrylic on canvas
Candace Kumari adjusted her sunglasses. The Australian sun was setting, casting long shadows between the massive 3-d printed beehives that surrounded the crowded town square. Her home was in beehive 7, floor C, and if this guy would hurry the fuck up already, she could get back there. Her throat was parched, and that kid throwing a temper tantrum was not helping.
"Hellooooo, Dowbisco Sydney!" said a young man, smartly dressed in a black t-shirt, blazer and jeans. "In 2097, Yumatech has brought satellite services to over four hundred complexes across the world. Today, we welcome Sydney into our network. For our grand opening, we're selling the Navigator for only twenty Dowcoin."
That was a month's stipend--a month of nothing but liquid Nutrisoy rations.