Lots of folks have been asking for an explanation for the Quaalaise ads. Mostly these are people who have not seen Elvis' Birthday Fight Club before. But for the uninitiated, I will try to give you an explanation (but you must promise that you will purchase tickets to the show after I tell you).
First, Quaalaise is a fictional product. So, dont try to get it on Amazon, because they will not know what you are talking about.
As Commodius, Elvis' talking toilet that he died on, explains, "It is a combination of Quaaludes and Mayonnaise...or 'Quaalaise', if you will."
You can indeed purchase "Quaalaise" during the show, but you are probably just going to throw it into the toilet in the end.
I have been producing the ads as a ramp-up to the show, and they have been so much fun, I am considering actually manufacturing some Quaalaise so we can do it all year long!
So, here they are all in one place. More will be added between now and the show date, but I cant say how many. Please let me know which one you like best, or if you have a good idea for a new one!
Friday, December 19, 2014
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Here's a roundup of some of the artwork from 2014 that hasn't made it on the blog yet...
|Study for Bacchus Playing Beer Pong with Monkeys. 10" x 10" Acrylic on Canvas. (June)|
|Bacchus Playing Beer Pong with Mokeys. 48" X 48" Acrylic on Board. (SOLD)|
|Paddleboats, 16" x 20" Acrylic on board. Painted in April for the Cherry Blast. (SOLD)|
|Parade, 16" x 20" Acrylic on Board. (June)|
|Jambi, 48" x 48" Acrylic on Black Velour. (August)|
|Finished 2-D photo op.|
|Robot Apocalypse, 20 x 24 Acrylic on Black Velvet. One of Six Prizes for Spooktacular XV (Sold)|
|Collection of small "prizes" from Spooktacular XV. Each is 2" x 3" Acrylic on Board. There are 4 of each of the 6 velvet painting designs.|