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    Seen on the streets of Chichicastenango. As soon as the procession walks over the colored sawdust, street cleaners come by and sweep it up into the garbage.

    found these in google images yesterday while we were looking  to spice up mo's posters for SGA president. made us laugh hysterically.

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    by street artist MTO.

    not just the scale, but the visual itself. love how the painting uses the whole wall and then looks as if it's breaking through the window. neato.

    cut these last fall, have been using my new acrylic pens to detail. the LEDs should work, but i haven't tested them yet. and i have the blue bottles ready. next is to get the lights all set, the electric all working, and then hooking up to the source, and actually placing it all in the front yard. once we get back from guatemala, it WILL happen. really.

    It's the third of April and the weather was warm enough for me to finally get into the garage. Whoo hoo! I cut and glued the wood for my mom's (late) birthday present. Great to feel the grain under my fingers and smell the sawdust. Ah. Methinks spring has finally arrived.Sent from my iPhone


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