Saturday was Ranjit's birthday, and I spent the weekend in Brooklyn, singing creative new birthday songs (happy birthday to you, you brunched with a Jew, etc. etc.) The weather was perfect and the animals at the Bronx Zoo were very happy to see us. Especially the tiger who came up to the glass, turned tail, and sprayed. That was a special treat.
On Sunday we broke out the new silk screen and made t-shirts featuring French Surrealist visual puns, because we are huge, huge dorks. I am wearing mine today, and every time I have to explain it, I feel like a bigger loser. Here it is:
You have to admit, as French Surrealist visual puns go, it's pretty funny. We collaborated on Ceci-n'est-passing, but the peep idea was all Ranjit's. But the design was mine! The font was lifted right from the Magritte painting!
That's not making me look any cooler, is it?
Anyway, we were very crafty -- you can also see pictures of the quilt I made for his present at the Dramatic Comedy. It was a good, arty weekend, and I am itchy for the next big project. Luckily, I'm flying to Milwaukee tomorrow to start one. What could I possibly be doing in Milwaukee, you ask. I CAN'T TELL YOU.