Excerpt from Jim Woodring's Problematic sketchbook: "an idea battery loaded with shorthand references to long game insights"

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3 Responses to “Excerpt from Jim Woodring's Problematic sketchbook: "an idea battery loaded with shorthand references to long game insights"”

  1. Halloween_Jack says:

    Want. I love the idea of going up to some random person on the street, whipping this out, opening to a random page and saying, “OK, do you think that I should go with this, or”–flipping to another random drawing–”this?” Then look them in the eye, feign horror, and put the book away hurriedly, stammering, “I-I’m sorry, I thought you were someone else… you… you should really forget that you saw that. Or me.” Then walk rapidly away.

  2. euansmith says:

    I love his cuddly monstrosities. 

  3. OoerictoO says:

    is “battery-loaded” a term now? did i miss something?
    his stuff always reminds me of characters from “hitchhikers guide” and universe

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