Thursday, August 29, 2013

Doodle of the Day - Close Encounters of Another Kind

The Large Hadron Collider is a high energy particle collider, a tunnel that loops around in a circle about 17 miles in circumference, where opposing atomic particles are set to collide to create enormous patches of energy. The project includes an international team of physicists and engineers, and it supposedly explores deeper the principles of matter, the Big Bang Theory, and origins of the universe. Time travel is thus implied but not stated.

Like computers, televisions, phones, or engines, when many machines are first invented, they are rather large and bulky, and over time certain modifications to the technology allow them to fit in our pockets. Should the Large Hadron Collider one day be mastered, then reduced from a 17 mile circumference to something like a 17 meter circumference, maybe it will become the lifeblood of the infamous saucer.


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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Doodle of the Day - Birth Control for Men

This doodle doesn't reflect my personal views on the topic, but I was having a drink and overheard two women theorize about birth control...


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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Doodle of the Day - Pesticidal Perceptions

Yesterday in the grocery store near Beverly Hills, a woman frowned as she scrutinized the pyramid of apples...


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Monday, August 19, 2013

Doodle of the Day - The Gym Burger

Sometimes, if you're on the treadmill, it's better not to have the window view...


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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Doodle of the Day - At The Car Dealership

I need to get a new car, and yesterday I went to check things out at the car dealership. I realized that, no matter how good things sounded, something about a dealer with no front teeth is shady...

 
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Monday, August 12, 2013

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Doodle of the Day - One Sexy Monkey, and Friends

When I lived in Syracuse, New York, I drew cartoons for the Daily Orange, the university newspaper. My cartoon was called Inappropriate. Recently, I was going through old boxes of stuff, and I came upon some old newspaper clippings that I kept. I can see how my style and overall conceptual message has evolved over the years, but turn back the clock -- here are a few of my favorite animals, c.2005:






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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Doodle of the Day - The Contemporary Artist

It humors me the way the word "artist" is applied today. Maybe we should start applying the word "doctor" the same way...


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