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Peculiar Pictures 39, 40, 41
Smart project... you should give consideration for creating Version 2.0 or Volume II. Based on your comment... there is a market for your images.
By: Daniel LaFrance on December 16, 2015
the head-in-the-sand is a good one, but i really like the clever sardines one.
By: TexWisGirl on December 16, 2015
nice to have work that continues to bring in income.
By: ellen abbott on December 16, 2015
your illustrations always tickle my funny bone and they are so sharply to the point! Cheers- glad they are still bringing in $$.
By: Kathe W. on December 16, 2015
I love getting royalty checks. Jilda and I wrote songs 20 years ago that are still being used. We can't retire off our checks, but I smile every time I get one. You should try to put some of these on Canva. It's a site where people can build presentations online and they buy one-time use art to go in their presentations. R
By: Rick Watson on December 16, 2015
Royalty checks must be a wonderful thing. I love dividend checks!
By: cranky on December 16, 2015
The three images you've shared are brilliant and seemingly timeless. I can't believe you were able to produce so many paintings in that timeframe! And quality paintings at that!
By: Mitchell is Moving on December 16, 2015
Ah, those lovely royalty checks. Wish I'd thought of something like that.
By: Catalyst on December 16, 2015
Very, very clever stuff, Stephen!!
By: fishducky on December 16, 2015
I would consider those illustrations as being timeless--even long past the days when sardine tins were commonplace.
By: Jerry E. Beuterbaugh on December 16, 2015
I really like the second one. I often feel like doing that too. In fact I do right now.
By: LL Cool Joe on December 16, 2015
These are just amazing. Glad you're still cashing those checks!!
By: Bouncin Barb on December 16, 2015
I checked EBay and Amazon and couldn't find a copy of this for sale. Darn. I really wanted to own some of your artwork.
By: PT Dilloway on December 16, 2015
Hey, let's see the rest of these paintings. Somebody has a great sense of humor. They catch your eye.
By: red on December 16, 2015
Ooh! The sardine key instead of the flip top! That one's my favorite.
By: Val on December 16, 2015
Sometimes that elephant really does have the upper hand, er, uh, foot.
By: messymimi on December 16, 2015
I certainly enjoy seeing your visual art. Thanks for sharing it from time to time.
By: Tom Cochrun on December 16, 2015
These are great!
By: jenny_o on December 20, 2015
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