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Before the holidays, I made some stenciled art objects based on disembodied punchlines, brainfarts, and sentence fragments scribbled in my notebooks. They were a break from my usual drawing habits, and something I could do quickly while I watched movies on Netflix. I'm not even sure what they are or what I'll do with them, but I had fun making them. If you want to take a look at all 25 of them, they have their own site now. Click here if you'd like to take a look.


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