Fuchsia Redux

For some reason the ink drawing of a belligerent paint tube that I showed you three blog entries ago took hold of me and wouldn’t let go until I added color and turned it into a t-shirt design for my CafePress "Cruse Goodies" shop.
CafePress has been on my mind since I decided to include a generous sampling of my mugs, mosepads, and coasters along with the original artwork displayed on my table at the North Adams Autumn Art Festival last Saturday (see my spread of items below). I thought that wearing an anthropomorphic tube of petulant oil paint on my chest as I sat on Main Street pedding my wares would set a perfect tone for the occasion.

That idea didn’t fly because it came to me too late in the game and there wasn’t time enough for CafePress to process my order. But that’s OK; my "That’s Right, Fuchsia!" t-shirt should arrive at my door today or tomorrow and will be fresh and crisp for its debut at the Open Studios event coming up two weekends from now.

These gala art festivals come atcha thick and fast when Autumn hits the Berkshires.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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