My nightmares brought to life.

Creepsville,

-Shady

Ween and wrestling!

Oddly enough, an hour after I noticed that I started listening to music on random, and this was the first song to pop up:

I did! It was hilarious!

Out of over 34,000 songs! Weird.

The Boognish sees all,

-Shady

That’s depressing.

We're doomed.

And here I thought this whole gun debate thing would be our downfall,

-Shady

…Grey got us some matching Puma kicks…

Like father, like daughter.

…and this book for me to read to her.

You want me to read you ANOTHER book?!? This is MY DAY!

She’s really looking out for her best interests,

-Shady

To, duh, my father!

This is probably considered racist now.

My dad was almost always behind the camera, so I don’t have a whole lot of photos of us together in the early years. And by “early years” I mean “the 1970s.”

From what I can tell this is our first photo together.

First photo!

It was also shared by my mom and my godparents: Ed, Nancy, and Robin.

Here’s a photo of us when my dad was rocking a sweet mustache.

Sweet 'stache!

And us at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Yes, I was a sailor.

Zoo!

And finally, a photo of us on my two-year birthday, accompanied by an awesome Herry Monster birthday cake!

Birfday cake! With Herry Monster!

Love you, Dad!

I learned it by watching him,

-Shady

…raw, unedited director’s cut of Grey rocking out to DJ Shadow’s “Nobody Speak.”

So, uh… here you go.

Still not sure if this makes me a good or bad parent,

-Shady

Insta-fabulous!

Print wasn’t enough, so they put her up on their Instagram page!

That’s more likes than I ever got,

-Shady

Mmmmeat.

Thanks to Crouton Ron and Salad Sue for the gift!

Meats beware,

-Shady

Not only will you get some awesome Dwellephant hand lettering on the cover…

"Chicago" magazine's July issue features Dwellephant hand lettering...

…but you’ll also be treated to a photo of Mr. Fabulous wearing sunglasses.

...and Mr. Fabulous.

Mr. Fabulous has been in print more than me,

-Shady

…on December 28th, 2015.

Mr. Dumpulous

When I posted the pic to Facebook a good friend of ours named Greg commented: “This is the most artistic picture of a dog taking a crap I’ve ever seen.”

A couple months later, I sent Greg and Mana (who is Greg’s new wife) a copy of the photo as a wedding gift.

A few weeks ago, Greg sent me this photo:

Fuck the Louvre! My art is hanging in Mana and Greg's bathroom!

That’s right, my photo of Mr. Fabulous taking a dump is now framed and hanging in their bathroom. Greg and Mana can now enjoy this beautiful image for all eternity… or at least every time they take a dump.

I’m honored to have art hanging anywhere in your house, guys, especially in such an important room.

I’m a shartist,

-Shady

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