Some recent sketchbook drawings by DVM:
Piked Parrot Amid the Anti-Capitalist Furor, March 24, 2021
Underlying Sewage (or Sewer) Smell, January 7, 2021
Thank You All for Checking In (or Should I Thank You All?), January 7, 2021
L-R: Thermometer, Tube, Lamp, Fleebton Schlinker, December 17, 2020
Bloody Good Tube, Rube?, December 17, 2020
Modern lesbianism: one day at Whole Foods, Meghan—that cute cashier with the pierced cheeks—flirtatiously invited me to her art opening. So the next night, I stopped by the Transmission Gallery (a former auto repair shop), where I stared at her sculptures, which resembled giant chthonic hairballs: fuzzy, tentacled, and seeping imitation blood. “Whadjoo think?” she asked, wearing a COVID mask and a flapper dress, both the same faded turquoise.
“Très Disney Channel,” I replied through my beige-and-beiger-checked mask. She giggled. And walked away. Oh well. I drove home alone, vowing to continue looking for affordable, non-crummy health insurance.
Copyright © 2021 by David V. Matthews
R.I.P. John Holmes, March 13, 1988
Photo Boy, circa March 1988
Will She Wake Up?, December 29, 1987
Duck, December 29, 1987
Hunter, December 29, 1987
Untitled 12/29/87, December 29, 1987
David 1970s/ Keith 1980s, November 3, 1993 (heavily revised January 20, 2019)
I used to make mixtapes on actual tapes and draw the covers.
Brian Eno, July 19, 1993
Roxy Music & Other Glam, July 17, 1993
Fred V: Re-make/Re-model, March 19, 1993 (revised December 28, 2018)