Category Archives: Digital Art

I Always Wear a Ball Gown and Heels To Admire the Toilet Paper

How about you? No shit. Or at least they never mention it. This is from WöM, a blending of an image of a ruined mansion from my Irish research trip for The Book of Beasts, and two advertisements that seemed … Continue reading

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Laxative Lady

This is the image on my business card, which is also Revisionary’s business card. Laxative Lady is from an ad from one of my mother’s 1950s women’s magazines, for the laxative “Bile Beans,” and reflects my attitude, and the blog’s … Continue reading

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Swiss Army Necklace

This is Revisionary jewelry, a collection of things that fall to the bottom of the junk drawer which I had gathered twenty years ago, recently added to, and stuck on a craft-store torc. It’s got everything, almost, locks, keys, pliers, … Continue reading

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