Are made of this.
An ongoing collection of narrative posters featuring dream-like short blurbs and original artwork on wood panels, donated to the Natick Free Gallery.
ILLUSTRATION   +   DESIGN   +   TEXT
A boy in Boston can’t sleep because there’s a chance school will be cancelled tomorrow. He watches the snow swirl under the streetlight and lists all of the best hills to sled on with his brothers. He will wake up first to get the blue sled. It’s the fastest.
Beware the feathered gangs of New York, dropping poo bombs like Stuka dive bombers.
According to a number of environmental surveys, the number of pigeons in NYC is roughly 4 million. That's about 1 pigeon for every 2 people.
In a mind that was witty and spry, thoughts danced, reaching for the sky. But a trap door appeared, It grinned and sneered, now its wondering, “Did gravity lie?”

Dragging the trash cans out to the curb last Monday at about 1:00 a.m. I saw an animal sniffing at the neighbor’s trash cans. Not a cat and not a dog. When I approached, it looked up and I saw its glowy eyes before it ran off. Beware the trash demon.

Blue Bear never quits. He shows up to work on time and gets his work done. The boss lets the other bears leave early on Fridays. Blue Bear takes the bus and gets home at 8:00. He opens the fridge and grabs an ice cold fish. All is well.
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