Your life isn’t complete… but it could be. My childhood friend, Derek Mayhew, has that thing you need. You may not have known that you need it but trust me you do. Wood solves and heals all. Derek’s always been artistically inclined but I never saw much of his work outside of some carpentry work he did building a bar and a dragon he painted when we were teens. That all changed today when he sent me the link to his new website for his Turned Wood Sculpture.
I am awestruck.
That is way better than a dragon. If you know of anyone carrying around heavy money bags that they’d like to lighten, these beauts are a steal at hundreds of dollars. Seriously, tell the people whose feet you are the stool of, like I’m doing.
Time seems to pass differently for those on the inside of a project and those on the outside. For me, Ronson and F were my afterhours life for two years and I’ve felt they were mostly finished for at least one more year but for anyone I told about the project it probably seems like a lifetime ago. So I have good news, everybody…
The Courtship of Ronson Crumb starring yours booly will finally be premiering on October 7th at the world famous Tribecca Cinemas. We will also be showing the full 22 minute long F is for Film pilot either before or after the film. Unfortunately the event is by invitation only. If you’re my crazy stalker fan, the best way to get an invite is to comment on every single post here at utau-inu.com to, you know, get my attention. Anyway, I’m excited.
Me and Takako, proud makers of the “Takoyagi,” “Kichiguy/gal,” and “Purple Penguin” T-shirts of yore, are proud to present you with our latest brainchild, the “The Lizard Man is French” T-shirt. Takako supplied the art, and I the direction and ideas. the description of the T-shirt reads:
Be the first of your friends to assume the world famous Lizard Man’s nationality in this stylish and timeless T-Shirt.
Who will be first among you to order one and send us a pic of you wearing it proudly? To order and/or view said T-shirts visit The UtauInu Store through Zazzle.com. Hopefully, this is the first of many more tees to come.
Here’s a pre-finalized version of the Lizard Man and his Baguette.