Friday, June 19, 2009

Progress Update: Experiments 743-747

Why, hello there, little ghostly buddies!

We think it's time for you to see what exactly has been going on in our lab.

We've been working on artist trading cards....

(but obviously not TOO much)

..and making a spectral geisha!

(Isn't she just...charming!?)

We've been playing with Dr. Bubonic...

(hehe, Edward Gorey, you are an amazing inspiration.)

...and making bizarre watercolor circus animals!

(He's holding a sign that says "Word" by the way. :-P )

Above all, we've been taking it a bit easy. Curses! We pooped ourselves out during the first week of having an open shop by pumping out a slew of products...but don't worry. We're re-energizing as we speak!

Anywho, what do you think?

-Kateri Joe AND Jonathan


FleursRockAffair said...

Ohh I LOVE those elephant drawings!!! They are handsome. They reminds me of this fabulous book I just finished reading called "Water for Elephants".

Kateri Joe and Jonathan said...

Thanks!! I'll have to look that book up! I've decided to make that elephant a brother...and his little sign will say "Up" lol "Word up", I'm a dork. But, again thanks!!

Kate8085 said...

Can't wait to see your ACEOs!

MoonDoggie said...

That's a great looking elephant.
My fav is Dr Bubonic though. Those plague outfits really scared me when I first saw and so I have since become morbidly fascinated...

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Loving Dr. Bubonic and your blog background!

Kateri Joe and Jonathan said...

Thanks for the compliments, guys!! :-D I'm flattered that you like what we're working on!

Kate, I can't wait to see my ACEO's as well, hahaha! I just am not sure what mine are going to look like yet, but hopefully I'll stumble on some inspiration. Thanks for the motivation!! :-D

MoonDoggie, I'm the same way. The bird masks seem to represent a morbid, yet enchanting time in human history...I can't seem to stop working with them. Morbidly fascinated is a perfect term...and thanks for the compliment on the elephant! lol

GalleryJuana, I'm glad you like the blog was WICKEDLY HARD to configure. I think I spent four or five hours trying to get the alignment straight, but all of that time is worth it because of your comment. So, thank you! :-D And I'm happy that you like Dr. Bubonic!

libu said...

I saw you on the etsy forum and your writing is charming...keep up the good work...visit many many blogs for inspiration . Lisa