Atlanta Art

If you don’t live in a place, it is not often that you first fly out of that place and then fly into it. It’s much more likely to be the other way around, but I’m one of the few, I guess. When helping Lance and Arica move to Atlanta I drove Arica’s car in the caravan connection; all the while thinking, “I’d like a car. Like this one. Nothing fancy, but you know, reliable. Smooth. Smooth as Gerber.” This weekend I flew to Atlanta to buy that very car as they are subbing out their sensible, compact yuppie cars for a big-ass-baby-mobile. While in town, Lance and did three paintings for the kids room (here, here and here). Look familiar? They’re based on the “Kenya” animation. We also watched a lot of the British The Office. I tink a successful weekend, ya?

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  1. Did you mean to say fly in and drive out? The first sentence of this blog didn’t make much sense to me. Those paintings are HILARIOUS. I love you. When I find a place here, will you come vaycay, and help me paint a funny series? Are they for real going to hang that in the kids room?!?!??!

  2. No, I flew out first then flew in. I flew out because I first drove to Atlanta to help L&A get their cars there and flew back to NC. Then I flew to Atlanta so I could get a car and drive out.

    Yes, they’d better 4-real hang those paintings. They’re too awesome to sit in the creepy attic they have.

  3. I would also just like to point out that you forgot to capitalize Big Ass Baby Mobile®.

    I’m currently working through my issues in Smart Ass Comments Anonymousâ„¢. Who am I kidding? I could never quit you, Smart Ass Commentsâ„¢.

    © 2006 guy who keeps changing his name on brian’s blog

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