Art you can touch.
Better build a bigger doorway. See it in the shop!
Don't forget the face wash. See it in the shop!
Keep it down, I can hear you just fine. See it in the shop!
Uh oh. See it in the shop!
Ever wonder how comics are made? See it in the shop!
An eclectic athlete. See it in the shop!
He's losing his feathers. See it in the shop!
Good or bad, I'm not sure, but it definitely looks angry. See it in the shop!
Ducks hate chickens just because they're chickens.
You can make a painting without punching someone. See it in the shop!
"A poor man's farthing is worth more/ Than all the gold on Afric's Shore." Woodblock print.
Copy of an old master. Don't remember which, though.
A guy with glasses. Walnut ink on mat board.
It's gusty. Reduction print.
I think I'd quite enjoy meeting them.
Oh no, they don't see the legs!
The Legs are sadistic!
If only he had wings.
“Daughter of Eve from the far land of Spare Oom where eternal summer reigns around the bright city of War Drobe, how would it be if you came and had tea with me?”
― C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe