Must you answer your critics, Scrotum Joe?
The free form of Wooly Willy mimics in a way the sonic experimentation of Mr. Bird on stage. He follows an idea of song (like the foundation of Willy's face), but with each performance it becomes something new (like the shifting patterns of Willy's magnetic ornamentation). He's been quoted as saying something along the lines of "I rewrite my songs every night on stage." In that vein does it not stand to reason that WW would be a perfect visual equivalent?
Yeah, don't be fooled. Scrojo always has a secret thematic agenda.
spirit* to answer your "why" question: simple. i needed to make up some time. when hung together this series is a really easy way of getting alot of attention that i can slap together quickly. i did this once before with the "loteria" series and had great success with that so..... thought i'd try it again.
thanks again guys.
matthart* just the 4 for now but..... it's a nice cheesey bit of time saving that looks great when hung together so i'll probably pump out a few more. plus i may have to do one later for flock of seagulls and if there was a poster taylor-made for a distinct hair-do......
bit-o-irony: everything in this is an original illustration except the couple in the corner.... which look like shit ( she has a left hand on her right arm) and makes it look like i drew them and stole the rest.