My exhibition in Ireland opened last weekend and I tweeted a picture of my knitted tapestry of The Rubberbandits’ tweet (wearing the balaclavas that I knitted for them) to them, which they graciously retweeted.
I’m super pleased to be exhibiting in Ireland with my friend Jim Ricks in an exhibition featuring The Simpsons, The Rubberbandits, various bootlegs of our own works, and pizza at The Courthouse Gallery in charming, windswept Co. Clare (more soon!).
Sometimes people ask me if I’d be willing to sell things, which is nice because sometimes I make things that I am happy to sell, but now we can skip all the pleasantries because I’ll be posting things for sale right here from now on.
Here’s a classic moment from Total Recall, which Arnold describes as “a wonderful scene” in his magnificent DVD commentary, applied to an L.L. Bean sweater.
I woke up this morning to a flurry of tweets and facebook tags from Ireland where The Rubberbandits posted this image of themselves wearing the balaclavas that I made for them. I shipped the balaclavas well over 2 months ago, but they were presumed to be lost in the post, so I’m delighted that these finally made it to the boys.
FINALLY DID THIS!
based on this Iron Maiden T-shirt design:
I’m having an open studio this weekend, September 8–9 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, as part of the GO open studio project. So go ahead and stop by – you can probably have some snacks and sit on a relatively nice futon, if you want.