There may be a weakness in this terrible weapon that the rebel forces can exploit. I can feel it.
I’m not sure, this is either an avant-weirde ranch-style house with rocket silo and outdoor 20′ deviled egg, or possibly the giant flaming eye of Sauron on its side. Either way.
Abstract expressionism has a lot to answer for. It’s the free verse of visual art. Once three huge color fields became a masterpiece, art teachers everywhere just lost their perspective. “I know, I really should give this a C-, but…three huge color fields sold for $86.8 million…who am I to judge? I like it, it’s got…angles.”
And such angles. a spinning wheel of reds and oranges, spinning slowly around a sunny side up egg. Brilliant. A little on the smudgy side, but that’s nothing we can’t fix with a couple of high pass filters.
On the opposite end of the spectrum–but still very much on the same spectrum, no doubt about it, we have this. I call it “pony tail covered in mustard,” but I may be reading it wrong, it may be about the yellow. I can never tell.
Originally this was part of a triptych featuring different condiments, but the mayonnaise went off.
Ponymustard from Goodwill on Airport near 290, Eye of Sauron from Savers on South Lamar, Austin