Thursday, March 18, 2010, originally uploaded by catbishop.

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On days like this where I accomplish nothing we will be playing a little game called “What’s Homeboy Doin?” Here are two photos of Homey from today proving that Afghan Hounds require a pillow and will make do with a cat if need be… stay tuned for more exciting installments of Homey’s escapades.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Work in Progress

Looks like we are back to making freak show performers.. this is the creepiest doll I’ve ever let in my house. Worse than that I took it apart which will likely result in some voodoo curse being put on me:) It really can’t go to it’s new home soon enough. It’s nice to feel that way instead of my usual wanting to keep new pieces. Head and neck can be removed to hang on a wall and easily reattached..

Monday, March 15, 2010

REVIVAL BOY vintage object sculpture 1000 PIECES no. 145

Main Entry: re·viv·al
Pronunciation: \ri-ˈvī-vəl\
Function: noun
Date: 1651
1 : an act or instance of reviving : the state of being revived: as a : renewed attention to or interest in something b : a new presentation or publication of something old c (1) : a period of renewed religious interest (2) : an often highly emotional evangelistic meeting or series of meetings
2 : restoration of force, validity, or effect (as to a contract)

Revival Boy stands 22" tall and about 4 1/2" wide, he was created with vintage wooden spools, antique doll parts and a wooden antique kite string spool. There's a crack on the cheek of the doll head and a finger missing from his hand...we all have our flaws. He's in three seperate parts which allows many different poses. Number 145 in the series of 1000 Pieces.