Here’s a comic that comprises over half of Boredom Pays 8 and works as a thematic end point for where Boredom Pays had been going for the past couple of issues.
As it stands right now I’m retiring Boredom Pays for the foreseeable because I simply have nothing more at the moment to say on the themes that the book was known for. That, really, is quite a good thing. I’m in a really positive mental space and am stoked to be focusing my attention on some weird, straight up fiction projects.
Trying something new <3
So, I made this little mix tape for my partner as a Christmas gift. It’s not actually a tape, but a fine tuned digital collection collection of weirdo love songs and audio collages I made and formatted to work as an album in Itunes.The idea was initially to turn the cassette itself into a usb key that she could put in the computer, but I didn’t quite get to figuring out that part - regardless - I really wanted to make a physical object to actually give her, and I have always loved the packaging on really old cassettes so I came up with this somewhat modern interpretation on that aesthetic. I couldn’t help myself with the sloppy make out picture, either. Apologies.
First page of an anthology piece I’m working on <3
Why is everything horrible?
I hate scum fucking landlords
You’re listening to a dead man speak.
Staying home forever
My commute home from Expozine was hell.