Friday, January 29, 2010

Sketchbook: Advocacy Of The Obvious


The drawing above is from the late 80s. I can't remember why I drew it, but there's a cleaned-up, more symmetrical version in the same folder which, of course, isn't as good. Cute!

7 comments:

Madduane said...

It's important to take these stands on the important generalities of our day.

Peteykins said...

Madduane, do you remember when Steve K. and I used to obsess about generalities? This drawing is certainly an outgrowth of that.

Madduane said...

Absoluutely! I love vagueness, too and definitely owe much of that appreciation to the goodle days.

Lau said...

I don't think Denny's (it's a really low-level sitdown restaurant) exists on the east coast, so you may not have seen the commercials (to which my brother alerted me a few years back) in which a man, when asked what he wants replies "everything I do, and nothing I don't". This is, of course, greeted with much fanfare. One of the more delightful tautologies I've ever encountered.

Anonymous said...

You were probably inspired by the "Love God and Goodness - Hate Bad and Badness" sign you swiped from the McMassacre shrine in San Ysidro. Still got it?
Regards from Mr Bad Trash

Anonymous said...

I believe it was actually "hate evil and badness".

Peteykins said...

Haw, I wasn't going to say anything about that, Mr. Bad Trash! I should throw that on the scanner, no?