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Though I've never met him personally, I have had people, mostly supervisors that I've wondered about. I'm told Lucifer is a pretty smarmy dude, coming off like he's super handsome, intelligent, and when he's not self-absorbed he's ingratiating with ulterior motives. In many ways, he's your garden variety boss.  And even with all of his flaws, you gotta admit, he's a bit of a bad-boy pop icon. He even has his own T.V. Series! According to tradition, he's the 'fallen star' and the 'morning star' which is actually Venus. Interestingly, there was almost as much on IMDb as there was...

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Here's another one of my limited edition metal signs for sale. This original printed art by your's truly is a riff on the public domain image (which was by the way mentioned by Tsar Trump when bloviating today about the good old days. Apparently this is from the ear he's wetting himself for, one with tariffs and no taxes.) Mine is an update on a 40's war ad that was aimed at female defense workers. After World War II, it became more socially acceptable for women to work, owing in part to these working women of the 40s.  Here, our millennial women depicts mighty strength...

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We just got back from our vacation in the Phillipines and Cambodia. It was awesome; we went to Ankgor Wat which was on my bucket list for sure! It was so interesting and we were particularly interested in the ancient art in the temples as well as the street art, graffiti and signs!  Yup, now that we have this website up and going we can't take our eyes off of signs every where. We keep noticing interesting ones and keep thinking of how we can modify them to make them even cooler.  Here's a sign we saw that we may reproduce....

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We'd like to preface this blog with some simple statements and a few quotes. The first are: 'nothing occurs in a vacuum', and 'everything is derivative of something else'. We're Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns or James Rosenquist (or the other Pop-Artists) to do their works in this legal environment they'd be sued for copy write infringement. Warhol made commercial art into High Art by changing the medium and putting it in a gallery. Keith Haring made High art into commercial art by marketing his work as retail. Of course what we are doing is probably not what one would consider great art, or high art or even...

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