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The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Central Park
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Image by peterjr1961
Maine Monument

The Maine Monument stands at Merchant’s Gate, a park entrance named in 1862 to recognize the importance of commerce and business in New York City. The monument honors the 258 American sailors who perished when the battleship Maine exploded in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, then under Spanish rule. The causes of the February 15, 1898 explosion remain unclear, but by April of that year, Spain had declared war on the United States.

The Spanish-American War ended in December of 1898 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. This agreement, a landmark in the United States’ rise to international power, released Cuba from Spanish rule and ceded Guam, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines to the jurisdiction of the United States. Cuba, nominally independent after the war, was forced to include a clause known as the Platt Amendment in its new constitution. This amendment allowed the United States to "protect" Cuba whenever Congress was of the opinion that the new republic was experiencing a threat to its sovereignty. By effectively negating that sovereignty, and by the brutal suppression of the independence struggle in the Philippines, the United States ended the Spanish-American War much enhanced in territory, trade, and prestige.

The war brought rewards for the state, but quoting the words inscribed on the monument itself, the "valiant seamen who perished on the Maine by fate unwarned, in death unafraid" were mourned by the entire nation. Four days after the Maine went down, newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst’s New York Morning Journal called for a public collection to honor the sailors with a monument. Over the course of several years, the newspaper received monetary gifts of all sizes, from large grants to thousands of dollars worth of pennies collected from schoolchildren.

Hearst first considered the mouth of New York Harbor as a fitting site for a monument to sailors. He wrote that, "A monument standing at the mouth of the Narrows, looking out over the ocean, would form a memorial worthy of the brave fellows who died while on duty for their country." The site eventually chosen for the memorial was Longacre Square (now Times Square), the present location of the midtown TKTS booth. Through some "clerical oversight," however, the designers discovered that a comfort station had been hastily built on the designated spot. When the architects started looking around for another site, the obvious choice was the Merchants" Gate, where the memorial would provide a balance to the monumental column of Columbus Circle, erected in 1892.

H. Van Buren Magonigle and Attilio Piccirilli were chosen to design and sculpt the massive monument. Sculptor Piccirilli and architect Magonigle also worked together on the Firemen’s Memorial in Riverside Park at West 100th Street. Attillio and his five brothers operated a studio in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx where they modeled and carved their own work and also carved for other artists some of the nation’s best-loved works, including the Library Lions at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, portions of the Washington Square Arch in Greenwich Village, and Abraham Lincoln at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Memorial. Designed by Magonigle and created by Piccirilli, the monument is rich in allegory and symbolism. Atop the center pylon rides the bronze figure of a woman, Columbia Triumphant, drawn in a seashell chariot by three sea horses. This martial group is cast in bronze recovered from the guns of the Maine itself.

In the front of the tall shaft is an allegorical group arranged in a ship configuration, entitled The Antebellum State of Mind: Courage Awaiting the Flight of Peace and Fortitude Supporting the Feeble. The youth at the prow of the ship holds his hands in the sign of the Victory that he represents. Recumbent figures at the side fountains represent the Atlantic and Pacific, while those at the rear represent The Post-Bellum Idea: Justice Receiving Back the Sword Entrusted to War. The names of those who died on the Maine are inscribed on the pylon above the oceans, while all over dolphins, seashells, and sea creatures bring a unity of decoration to the complex allegorical composition. The sculptural program figuratively reflects America’s new position as a dominant world force just as the imposing Beaux Arts structure itself symbolizes the American conception of the bold and grandiose domination of space.

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We spent another magnificent afternoon at Pataphysical Studios this Saturday, making art together … and playing at the edges of time.

Our visitors this week were Jim Neidhardt (now Dr. Neidhardt) and his lovely wife Denise (Dr. Now?), longtime friends of Drs. Rindbrain, Skidz and the Queen of the Desert. Jim showed us the ‘hypno-disks’ he is working on to create experiences like this surreal Duchamp film, Anemic Cinema: youtu.be/AsnhBUp7xxM?t=24s

We had a great conversation and I knew they were like-minded folks when Dr. Neidhardt and I both exclaimed at the same time the same exact phrase: “Life IS Change!”. Jim is interested in contributing to our madcap art adventure, so stay tuned. Learn more about his work at: neidhardtstudio.com/

Throughout the day, we brainstormed more ideas for our new Time Machine, while working on sundry maker art projects:
• Dr. Rindbrain and Canard put the finishing touches on their music box
• Drs. Figurine and Heatshrink prepared to assemble a theremin together
• Dr. Fabio drew a first sketch of what a time controller might look like
• Dr. Igor and Heatshrink both gave Dr. Figurine nice gifts for her birthday
• Dr. Tout de Suite considered lighting up her goggles, chose to paint instead
• Dr. Zboon discussed time travel and made a birthday card for his friend Ernesto
• Dr. Canard created a colorful zen map, inviting other doctors to art it up
• Dr. Rindbrain added more rainbow-colored lights to the Time Machine framework

It was great to stretch out to the edges of time and back again in the company of my friends.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

Watch ‘Pataphysical videos: vimeo.com/album/3051039

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Possible coin purse design
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Image by cinnachick
I have this idea that a small coin purse would be a worthwhile thing to make for a couple of reasons.
1: I have a LOT of scraps that are too small to do anything else with and while Boos things I should just let him roll around in them, I think they’re large enough to do something with, so I should.
2: I have a drawer of zippers that are suitable for clothing (which I seem to never make) and things other than purses. Using them seems like a good idea.
3: I need to make some smaller priced items for shows. Items that will permit children to use their allowance, create an add-on for a gift purchase, and give people something to flip through while standing in my booth.

However the design I’ve created doesn’t seem great. I’m not talking about the fabrics. The two of these I’ve made are going to the lovely ladies at the Letter Writers Alliance. (watch your mail Donovan and Kathy). But the actual shape and size. So any advice or thoughts in the comments would be very helpful.

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Pataphysical Time Travel

A few nice birthday gift ideas images I found:

Pataphysical Time Travel
birthday gift ideas
Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

THANK YOU HEEMA!
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Image by lavannya
I want to Thank Heema… very close and old friend … who’s gifted me the flickr. pro account a couple of days back…
Heema you have no idea how happy you’ve made me…and how perfect a birthday gift this is…

I am delighted that i can now exhibited all my photographs… good and bad ;P
Love you so much… and thank you all the more so…

This portrait is not taken by me!

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Pataphysical Time

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Pataphysical Time
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Image by fabola
We spent another magnificent afternoon at Pataphysical Studios this Saturday, making art together … and playing at the edges of time.

Our visitors this week were Jim Neidhardt (now Dr. Neidhardt) and his lovely wife Denise (Dr. Now?), longtime friends of Drs. Rindbrain, Skidz and the Queen of the Desert. Jim showed us the ‘hypno-disks’ he is working on to create experiences like this surreal Duchamp film, Anemic Cinema: youtu.be/AsnhBUp7xxM?t=24s

We had a great conversation and I knew they were like-minded folks when Dr. Neidhardt and I both exclaimed at the same time the same exact phrase: “Life IS Change!”. Jim is interested in contributing to our madcap art adventure, so stay tuned. Learn more about his work at: neidhardtstudio.com/

Throughout the day, we brainstormed more ideas for our new Time Machine, while working on sundry maker art projects:
• Dr. Rindbrain and Canard put the finishing touches on their music box
• Drs. Figurine and Heatshrink prepared to assemble a theremin together
• Dr. Fabio drew a first sketch of what a time controller might look like
• Dr. Igor and Heatshrink both gave Dr. Figurine nice gifts for her birthday
• Dr. Tout de Suite considered lighting up her goggles, chose to paint instead
• Dr. Zboon discussed time travel and made a birthday card for his friend Ernesto
• Dr. Canard created a colorful zen map, inviting other doctors to art it up
• Dr. Rindbrain added more rainbow-colored lights to the Time Machine framework

It was great to stretch out to the edges of time and back again in the company of my friends.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

Watch ‘Pataphysical videos: vimeo.com/album/3051039

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

365.355
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Image by dccraftaholic128
Happy 28th, Birthday, Laura!

Granted I know I’m not in the picture but why not take a pic of the person who made two cakes for me and sang to me?

Yes, dear Jermaine knows of my shameless obsession with white chocolate chips so being the sweetie that he is, he thought "Why don’t I put some chips in the cake.

FYI, ya’ll, it didn’t work. Both he and I have no idea what happened but when he tried to take the cakes out of the pan, they flopped out. Bless his heart, he did make me another and sang to me at around 11:30pm 🙂

It was a great bday. Yeah, it sucked that I couldn’t play hookie at work because I was out Tuesday-Thursday, but hey…I’m 28 now. I have to be a grown up 🙂 My mom and my friend Lindsey got me a Loopy Ewe gift card so I had a nice thing to think about what to get as the day progressed. That was a pleasant distraction.

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Pataphysical Time
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Image by fabola
We spent another magnificent afternoon at Pataphysical Studios this Saturday, making art together … and playing at the edges of time.

Our visitors this week were Jim Neidhardt (now Dr. Neidhardt) and his lovely wife Denise (Dr. Now?), longtime friends of Drs. Rindbrain, Skidz and the Queen of the Desert. Jim showed us the ‘hypno-disks’ he is working on to create experiences like this surreal Duchamp film, Anemic Cinema: youtu.be/AsnhBUp7xxM?t=24s

We had a great conversation and I knew they were like-minded folks when Dr. Neidhardt and I both exclaimed at the same time the same exact phrase: “Life IS Change!”. Jim is interested in contributing to our madcap art adventure, so stay tuned. Learn more about his work at: neidhardtstudio.com/

Throughout the day, we brainstormed more ideas for our new Time Machine, while working on sundry maker art projects:
• Dr. Rindbrain and Canard put the finishing touches on their music box
• Drs. Figurine and Heatshrink prepared to assemble a theremin together
• Dr. Fabio drew a first sketch of what a time controller might look like
• Dr. Igor and Heatshrink both gave Dr. Figurine nice gifts for her birthday
• Dr. Tout de Suite considered lighting up her goggles, chose to paint instead
• Dr. Zboon discussed time travel and made a birthday card for his friend Ernesto
• Dr. Canard created a colorful zen map, inviting other doctors to art it up
• Dr. Rindbrain added more rainbow-colored lights to the Time Machine framework

It was great to stretch out to the edges of time and back again in the company of my friends.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

Watch ‘Pataphysical videos: vimeo.com/album/3051039

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Pataphysical Time
birthday gift ideas
Image by fabola
We spent another magnificent afternoon at Pataphysical Studios this Saturday, making art together … and playing at the edges of time.

Our visitors this week were Jim Neidhardt (now Dr. Neidhardt) and his lovely wife Denise (Dr. Now?), longtime friends of Drs. Rindbrain, Skidz and the Queen of the Desert. Jim showed us the ‘hypno-disks’ he is working on to create experiences like this surreal Duchamp film, Anemic Cinema: youtu.be/AsnhBUp7xxM?t=24s

We had a great conversation and I knew they were like-minded folks when Dr. Neidhardt and I both exclaimed at the same time the same exact phrase: “Life IS Change!”. Jim is interested in contributing to our madcap art adventure, so stay tuned. Learn more about his work at: neidhardtstudio.com/

Throughout the day, we brainstormed more ideas for our new Time Machine, while working on sundry maker art projects:
• Dr. Rindbrain and Canard put the finishing touches on their music box
• Drs. Figurine and Heatshrink prepared to assemble a theremin together
• Dr. Fabio drew a first sketch of what a time controller might look like
• Dr. Igor and Heatshrink both gave Dr. Figurine nice gifts for her birthday
• Dr. Tout de Suite considered lighting up her goggles, chose to paint instead
• Dr. Zboon discussed time travel and made a birthday card for his friend Ernesto
• Dr. Canard created a colorful zen map, inviting other doctors to art it up
• Dr. Rindbrain added more rainbow-colored lights to the Time Machine framework

It was great to stretch out to the edges of time and back again in the company of my friends.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

Watch ‘Pataphysical videos: vimeo.com/album/3051039

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

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Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

George Zebrun
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Image by Judd McCullum
I gave him my buck because he and the nine guys he was hunting with didn’t see a single deer, and he wanted a doe if I saw one. I could write volumes about this man and someday I’ll have to. One of the most incredible people I’ve ever known. He has a broken ankle but you wouldn’t know it to watch him move about. I had to fight him off the buck so he wouldn’t put down too much weight and really hurt something. He admitted himself that if he were to stop moving that’d be it.
2/16/09: I visited George last Friday, and he informed me that his birthday had been at the end of January. I wished him a happy birthday as he made his way to a closet to retrieve the gift his sons had bought him. I’d had some idea of what it might be, having seen the bag of old 30-06 shells and a couple of loaded stripper clips. He produced a huge velvet gun case that ,being as big as it was, could only hold one thing. I untied the strings near the top and reached in, pulling out a new production M1 Garand rifle. "Nine pounds… nine and a half… Too heavy for an old man, but I’ll shoot a coyote with it. I carried one when I was in the marines and could take it apart and put it back together in a minute with a blindfold on. I had to." he told me. He also told me how he landed on Okinawa on the second day, and that he and his buddies babysat a radar installation of some kind. "We got up early, me and my buddy. We’d get up on a little shelf above the beach so we could see over the coral, and before the sunrise got too bright you could pick out two big manta rays. Not the ones that killed that Australian fella’, the big ones. Twenty feet across. They’d come in every day as the tide came in. Got up early just to see ’em."
He showed me pictures of him while they trained in California, and explained how the doctor told him to keep his foot up for twenty minutes at a time, six times a day. "I can’t do that. If you weren’t here and weren’t sitting down talking I’d have paced back and forth through these rooms nine or ten times already. Gotta’ keep movin’."

Update 5/15/2010:
George passed away. He had a stroke that prevented him from walking and just as he’d told me not too long before if he stopped moving around that would be it. He knew it, and he was right. George has joined his old hunting buddies in that big stand of timber in the sky. George never asked for much of anything, and he was always willing to take just about anyone hunting or fishing. I’m so privileged to have been one of those people, and I’ll never forget George or the things he taught me and places he showed me.

Turkey Hunting with Ol’ Zebrun:
George took me turkey hunting a number of times. One really memorable hunt took place on a piece of property owned by a lady named Alfono. Her house sat up at the very top of the hill with a cornfield at the base. It made a sort of a half horseshoe. Beyond the cornfield, there was a narrow strip of timber cut off from the big woods by a good-sized creek. We got out of his old Cavalier early in the morning. George slammed his car door as hard as he could to get a shock gobble out of any tom that happened to be nearby. Nothing. George peeked over the roof of the car and even in the dark, I could see the glint in his eye. He took the fresh cigar out of his mouth, took a deep breath, and let out what I could only describe as the best parts of a crow and a barred owl call with a big hacking cough at the very end. He regained his composure just in time to hear the response come from down the creek a little way. He grabbed his armload of blind material, a couple of stakes, and his beloved good luck decoy Henrietta and off we went. After the blind was all set at the corner of the cornfield and Henrietta was out in the field doing her best turkey-Maralyn Monroe impersonation, we sat settled in against the knobbiest little excuse for a tree you’ve ever seen. We sat there all morning calling and waiting. It got to be about 8:30 when I heard a turkey flap across a gap in the creek behind us. I turned around and caught a glimpse of a little brown head. I whispered to George what I had seen, and gave me that smile and nod I knew so well. I hadn’t said it loud enough. A few minuted later he spotted her and, in a manner he reserved from polite company, growled "Je-sus Cha-rist, there’s a hen right here. Snuck up on us!" Naturally, he thought he’d been pretty clandestine about our exchange, but after the customary ‘Put’ she was a goner. He decided it was time to call it a day, cursing the cold wet conditions that had plagued hunters in the area so far that spring. He began packing up the blind and his calls and told me to walk the long way around the edge of the field to see if I could see any tracks. I made my way around just slow enough that I wouldn’t beat him back to the car. If I did I’d get an earful about not being thorough enough, or not enjoying being outside enough. Once back, we drove into town and ate breakfast at Hardee’s and planned the next day’s hunt. Even though we didn’t see much he never stopped grinning around that little cigar nub.

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Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Pataphysical Time
birthday gift ideas
Image by fabola
We spent another magnificent afternoon at Pataphysical Studios this Saturday, making art together … and playing at the edges of time.

Our visitors this week were Jim Neidhardt (now Dr. Neidhardt) and his lovely wife Denise (Dr. Now?), longtime friends of Drs. Rindbrain, Skidz and the Queen of the Desert. Jim showed us the ‘hypno-disks’ he is working on to create experiences like this surreal Duchamp film, Anemic Cinema: youtu.be/AsnhBUp7xxM?t=24s

We had a great conversation and I knew they were like-minded folks when Dr. Neidhardt and I both exclaimed at the same time the same exact phrase: “Life IS Change!”. Jim is interested in contributing to our madcap art adventure, so stay tuned. Learn more about his work at: neidhardtstudio.com/

Throughout the day, we brainstormed more ideas for our new Time Machine, while working on sundry maker art projects:
• Dr. Rindbrain and Canard put the finishing touches on their music box
• Drs. Figurine and Heatshrink prepared to assemble a theremin together
• Dr. Fabio drew a first sketch of what a time controller might look like
• Dr. Igor and Heatshrink both gave Dr. Figurine nice gifts for her birthday
• Dr. Tout de Suite considered lighting up her goggles, chose to paint instead
• Dr. Zboon discussed time travel and made a birthday card for his friend Ernesto
• Dr. Canard created a colorful zen map, inviting other doctors to art it up
• Dr. Rindbrain added more rainbow-colored lights to the Time Machine framework

It was great to stretch out to the edges of time and back again in the company of my friends.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

Watch ‘Pataphysical videos: vimeo.com/album/3051039

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

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A few nice birthday gift ideas images I found:

Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Blood Pillow
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Image by coleypauline
Yep, a pretty morbid gift, huh 🙂 I saw this idea somewhere and had to make one for Rinzor who has a good sense of humor like that 😉

Haiuyen’s Birthday 2015 (37)
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Image by Numan
This was Danny’s idea. Really I think he just wanted to a chance to play with fire.

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Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

“YOU!”
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Image by Stewf
From Steph to me! See the set.

The Blue Box
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Image by appleswitch
Awesome Blue Box & Ty Squirrel

A birthday gift for Danielle in 2007. I had no idea what to get her, so I was going to give her , but that seemed really cheap, but I didn’t know what else to do. I drove down to La Cantera or The Rim or something with the gang and found this awesome blue box and this Ty squirrel at… a Hallmark store? I remembered these beautiful fall leaves had fallen in the Parkway in Fair Oaks Ranch, so I got the box, put the 20 in the squirrels hands and on the way home I stopped the car and filled the box with bright red and yellow leaves. I made a card in photoshop with characters from all her favorite web comics gathered together and saying "Happy Birthday!"

I found out years later that she kept it all.

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Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/

Pataphysical Time Travel
birthday gift ideas
Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
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Pataphysical Time Travel
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Image by fabola
The good doctors at Pataphysical Studios gathered at Dr. Rindbrain and Dr. Judy’s home on a rainy Saturday to contemplate the passage of time and make art about it.

We celebrated Dr. Skidz’ 70th birthday in style, with small gifts ranging from an illuminated tie to an antique telephone, hearty spirits, a nice chocolate cake and stock in the Mind Shaft Society.

We then discussed our first sketches and models for the Time Machine — and sketched out more ideas about our next pataphysical invention.

We enjoyed this opportunity to cheer our old friend and design our upcoming time travel experience together.

Fire in the hole!

View more ‘Pataphysical photos: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157623637793277

View our Time Machine slides:
docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y-0SCKxvIOaM8wnz6h9TRl1Ek…

View more Time Machine photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659761749014

Learn more about Pataphysical Studios: pataphysics.us/