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The last few weeks I’ve been working on a slew of illustrations for a NYC publication and naturally, the Statue of Liberty had to get included. Timely, don’tcha say?
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Woo-hoo! Doing the dance of joy!
Okay, so it was thru Urban Dictionary that I got published, but nonetheless, it’s hilarious!
Definition: Going to the store to buy more beer.
Used in a sentence: Honey, we’re out of Heineken! Can you go on a beerrand for us?
It was a funny and happy accident that this word came about, but I’ll have to thank SuzeMuse for the inspiration.
Bacchus (the FatCat) insisted he wear a crown -don’t ask me why. I told him that if he insists on wearing a crown, I’m adding hearts to it -he had no choice but to acquiesce. Suddenly, he wanted a sash, epaulets -I don’t think he even knows what an epaulet is- gauntlet and a cape. Go figure. The cat wants a cape, like a mouseketeer. Can you imagine Bacchus running around with the feather in his mouth, howling and tripping over his cape?
Of course, he wouldn’t listen to reason. I explained that Edna from The Incredibles wouldn’t design him a cape because they’re too dangerous. Then he reminded me of his first Holiday Season with us.
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The Blue Don: The Inaugural FatCat
Bacchus continues to expand his weight in a sassy and bold style, evolving into a bright acrylic form of color and line. When the alpha cat ages, so does his attitude. Bacchus believes he is now ‘The Blue Don.’