you know how much i love you, but i really feel like we’ve grown apart lately. we’ve been leading two very different lives, you being on my home computer, and me being out and about a lot, and really spending more time on my iphone…
actually, i have to be honest with you… there’s someone else…
i’m sorry, you’ve taught me so much. you have so many more options than tumblr. i’m used to using your interface, and i’m much more familiar with all your customization options. tumblr sometimes requires coding and you know how much i suck at that…but i mean, tumblr is so much easier to update on the go! i can just take a photo with my phone, check off a box and VOILÁ! instant updates for everyone who follows me on twitter, instagram and tumblr. you know me so much better, but i’m afraid that at this point in my life, i’m not ready commit.
maybe one day, i’ll be ready to settle down. i will come back to you, but i don’t expect you to wait for me. anyhow, wordpress. one day, we will meet again, but until then… i’m sorry.
one of my childhood heroes passed away today. guess I’m going to spend my evening rewatching old episodes while drinking some of that romulan ale for special occasions.
thank you for the trip, commander.
here goes my valentines card brain fart 2015
I’m near the end of my fifth semester and I’m doing great. Everything’s great.
I screenprinted this shirt as a Christmas gift.
It’s basically the „Bond of Union“ by Maurits Cornelis Escher, but I had to work on it a bit so I could print that beauty the way I wanted to.
ASTRO CHIMP #1
Ham, also known as Ham the Chimp and Ham the Astrochimp, was the first chimpanzee to be launched into space, in 1961, as part of America’s space program. This is his story. (Not really, most of it is made up by me.)
206 mm x 130 mm, Softcover, Black and White, 20 Pages
I worked on two prints with the collaboration of the delightfully gifted Stefanie Schierhoff. We actually finished them some while back, but they never saw the light of day. until now.
„Nosferatu“ 420 mm x 594 mm, Black and White
„Frankenstein’s monster“ 420 mm x 594 mm, Black and White