Inspired by and meant as a prequel painting to my video for Roadkill Ghost Choir’s “Bird In My Window.”
About ten years ago, I was reading about Adolf Hitler’s unsuccessful attempts to become a professional artist. It led me to wonder how different the world might be if he had not given up. I promised myself that some day, if I ever learned to do portraits, I’d do a Bob Ross-styled portrait of an alternate timeline Hitler, one in which he would have grown as a person and painted Jews instead of killing them.
I made a shirt. It’s pizza, eating a taco. It’s called “Munchies.” Get it here.
If you every dreamed of Oberyn Martell caressing your bare skin, now’s your chance. I’m switching over to TeePublic, which means every time I put up a new shirt, it will be on sale for $14 for two days, then back to $20 (which is still cheaper than Red Bubble). Click the image to get it.