I’m still here! And creating delightfully stupid shit.

I have so many post ideas in mind that it’s been hard to complete a single one of them. So for now, enjoy a couple of random Photoshops/Pixelmators (har-har-har) that I slapped together late last year:

Apocalypse Always

A parody of the Apocalypse Now poster, about PMS. All images are sepia-tinted on a black background. A white woman's tear-streaked face is in the foreground. Behind her is a bright orange uterus and ovaries. In the background is a white woman lying down in pain with a heating pad on her midsection. Overlaid are a series of flying tampons. Below them is a box of OB tampons. The title is "Apocalypse Always," using the logo for Always menstrual pads.
Working on this got me through a bad night of PMS. I mentioned to my brother that I did this, and he suggested doing a version called “Apocalypse Ow.” Did I mention that my brother rocks?

(Note that I’ve never seen Apocalypse Now, so if I’m making fun of something sacrilegious or sensitive, I apologize!)

This is fine. I feel fine.

A spin on the "this is fine" meme. In the first panel, where a dog is sitting in a room surrounded by flames, there's a radio on the table with the dial tuned to 99X. The lyrics, "It's the end of the world as we know it," are floating in the air. In the second panel, the dog is saying, "And I feel fine."
A tribute to Atlanta’s old hard rock and alternative radio station, 99X, rising from the ashes. I don’t know why it’s moved me so much, but it was the soundtrack of my undergrad years and beyond and I am SO HAPPY to have it back again. Maybe it’s just a comforting thing to fall back on as the world is in flames around us.

That’s all for now. More soon, I promise. Lots in the works, in terms of online projects and offline endeavors (and life updates – TBA, very soon). Love and hugs, friends. ?

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