As much as I love zombies, they need to start an annual (monthly?) Werewolf Lope! Just to mess things up a bit.
Although... maybe they already have 'em... way out in the deep, dark woods... up in the snowy climes...
Ian and I attended the annual Portland Zombie Walk the other day. It was hilarious to watch as hundreds of Zombies grunted and stumbled past Macy's and Nordstroms and northward into the fancy Pearl District, masses of them attacking a passing train as chants of "Brains, Brains!" turned to "Trains, Trains!", and leaving fake blood smeared everywhere in their wake. We were too lame to dress up but the fact that we'd been sick and hitting the Nyquil helped us to feel the Zombie vibe. Thanks for urging me to go, Kipling!
We're offering an old photograph showing a real living practicing Witch....1962!!
The back reads she's an English Witch! Check out all the tools of her trade...even the illusive Crystal Ball is present! Spooky! This is a press release type photo! This is a real photo...not a copy or facsimile! Measuring 8 1/2" by 6 1/2" and in good condition. Backside helps authenticate and validate! Stored and forgotten! Great imagery! Happy Halloween! You decide! Review the scans...see what you need to see!
(The writing is even better if you read this in a Criswell voice. Try it...you know you want to)
You are cordially invited to a Halloween Art Party sponsored by the Friends of the Nib, Seattle's foremost art collective with "Nib" in the title.
Come eat, drink, and enjoy strange and wonderful artwork. Pick up the latest Monocle.
Artists, monsters, and fiendish art collectors will be in attendance.
Wear a costume, if you like, or come stark raving nude and no one will bat an eye (except maybe the bats).
Hope to see you there!
-"Count Bobula" Rini
A 4" x 5" black cat bat "sewn of good quality black Egyptian cotton fabric and then stuffed with polyfill. The face is then hand painted with vivid Lumiere fabric paint. The wings are wired and somewhat posable."