Thursday, April 1, 2010

MOBY-DICK, Page 211

Title: He would say the most terrific things to his crew, in a tone so strangely compounded of fun and fury, and the fury seemed so calculated merely as a spice to the fun, that no oarsman could hear such queer invocations without pulling for dear life, and yet pulling for the mere joke of the thing.

11 inches by 7.75 inches
ink and marker on found paper
March 24, 2010


  1. Super cool...I can see you having fun with this one!

  2. I did indeed have a blast with this one. I wanted something really simple, bold and graphic and it worked out so well.


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