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Fun with Sharpies and Plastic

Posted on Tuesday, December 27th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

This one is something fun I did with one of those Dell installation protective monitor covers and a handful of retractable Sharpies (thanks for both, Jodie!). Hope you all enjoy. If you look near the bottom, you will see a new signature that I am working on implementing ... I know, I know ... I go through those things like underwear ... or Jell-o ... or something else that is transitionary.

BTW, here is a bigger version of this artwork.

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