All the fun of the jazzed-up version of America’s pastime without the pesky mandatory steroid injections or seventh inning grope!
Hail to the chief! These bite-sized bits of goodness are perfect for stuffing in your blowhole. Just don’t shove one in your nose – it might require a megablast of static electricity to get it out. Get yours today – now with President Obama marshmallow pieces!
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I stopped buying cereal because of whatever prize was inside a long time ago, but I might make an exception if this was the case.
There’s no better way to start off a sick day than with a heaping helping of President Pops, now with President Obama marshmallow pieces!
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This one was kind of a blur. It’s amazing to think that my rendition of Wellsville’s high school mascot came together in nine days.
Tibetan Power Jam be damned, there was no way I wasn’t sneaking Rolling Thunder into this piece. It replaces an otherwise everyday rock resting in the grass, and I didn’t need any extensive finger exercises in order to include it!
I loved hiding little references to favored episodes in this little mashup. This one, from “Field of Pete,” pays homage to the Orange Lazarus, a hedonistic nectar of greed and power.
It’s no fully-refined pair of Kreb of the Loom underpants, but I have to admit that I’m being really careful with how this piece is moving along.
I hope No. 34 would approve.
Well, my little vikings. Consider the halftone experiment a success.
Started heavy work this week on a Pete and Pete tribute mashup for an upcoming show in June in Scranton. Hope to get four final pieces inspired by the show alongside some other artists I’ve recruited.