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Looking forward with what's to come!


Loved your work!!


Congrats you ended this vision with the most wry and witty version of a deliberately duped lie-life, that is falsely staged by the most untalented, repulsive personality disorder couple..

Webmasta Pete

Thanks for so many great laughs for the past few years. I love your stuff of the ordinary folks too - so if you enjoy posting those, I'll certainly enjoy coming back now and again to take a gander.


I'm excited to see what you're up to next! I have to admit that I'll miss the celebrity-inspired art - I've been following your blog for about as long as it's existed. I also really enjoy your SF culture art, and Resplendent Chaos. Thanks for years of entertainment and good luck!

Jenn F.


Your move away from celebrities makes perfect sense... and what a body of work you've put together over the years! I'm so happy to have been along for the ride the whole way along, and can't wait to continue.

Cheers, dahling. You're the best.


Oh damn 14,
The tail-end (literally) of your celeb-istrations has me in tears of laughter, joy for you, and nostalgia.
Can't wait to see what inspires you next.


Thanks S.E. I tried to keep it up, but paying attention to all that nonsense was draining me. I finally decided to throw in the towel and let it go for a while. Besides, all you see in the tabloids these days are reality "stars". Their antics pale in comparison to the good old days of Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah's couch, don't you think?

S. E. Gilman

Dear 14: I figured that since the Gallery illustrations became less frequent that you were getting tired of the endless circus. These will be missed, but I'll understand that you have had quite enough of the clown show that is American celebrity. Thanks for all of the laughs.

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