Although his designs grew increasingly demented towards the end of his life, corresponding with late-stage syphilis which he acquired from a prostitute in the dwarven quarter of the city of Remus, few will argue the groundbreaking nature of the work at the height of his mental powers.
Among the early work that hinted at things to come were the famed "Fruit Shoes" which were carefully grown to his specifications by legions of bemused gardeners. Heels derived from watermelon proved one of the most enduring designs, eventually developing both seedless and square-toed hybrids.
You know, these ideas always seem to happen in my parents' kitchen for some reason. As we all know, I never, ever promise a series, but I will say that I could see a coupla more shoes on the horizon. (Which is funny, 'cos I'd never wear heels like that...I'd break my ankles if I tried.)
Anyway, this is an 11 x 14 mixed media on gessoboard. The original is probably for sale, although I haven't quite decided yet, but prints are definitely available for $10 and $20 apiece, plus shipping--send a note or visit [link] for details!
Hello! I would like to notify you that I've featured you on my surreal and abstract art blog over on Tumblr. Your work really fits the theme, and you can see it on artagainstsociety.tumblr.com. Of course, I have given you credit and linked to your page. If for any reason you don't want it published any longer, just send me a message and I'll delete it pronto. Thanks, and congratulations! Your art is beautiful. Please note: If you don't see your art right away on my blog, it is probably still in the queue and has yet to be posted.
ps: I'd like to post more of your art, please let me know if that can be allowed! With your page cited of course