Monday, December 28, 2009

M is for Mustang

Here we go, off on one more journey through the time machine, way back to 1982. “T. Scot Bottom & the Rockabilly Funhouse is putting a wrap on their third set at Gabe’s in Iowa City.

The locomotive has its head of steam. The gears are greased. Get ready to settle into the pull of the real thing. Every band in the world knows this song, but as far as I’m concerned—this as perfect a version of
“Mustang Sally” as exists.

Today’s artwork is the cross beam of a multi-media muse feast. This is graphite. This is transparent acrylic. This is Krylon.
All done on the horizontal, in 1992. Dig the beret and the palette. What all’s happening on the left is a little less clear.


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