You get something, I get something.  I’ll buy your therapy.

Dish out your self-portrait. Be creative + crafty or dangerous + sharp.  Be you.  Exaggerate. Pour out some paint, throw in some mud, use your fingers, and make a mess!

Why should you waste time with chunks of crayon, erasers, and glue sticks?

Therapy.  It feels really good.  And who isn’t a tad narcissistic these days?  Check out my mermaid waves. Also, I’ll include a link to your website if you want some attention.

Other than a free therapy session (unleash your inner tarantula or unicorn), I buy you a drink. Since I can’t and won’t take you out for a drink, I’ll send you a drink via snail mail.  (Spend it on cotton swabs or jelly beans if you don’t drink alcohol.)

I get the doodle, and you get the drink.  Win-win-WIN.  There are stipulations, of course.  And I don’t just give drinks away.  Effort is necessary.

Here’s what you get when you give:

Share a self-portrait with your story, and you’ll be savoring a delicious PBR in no time. $3

→Bacon beer in your belly.  Submit a diorama with the story, and you will taste the meat in no time.  Cheers.  $5

→If you are eco-friendly and apply organic materials to the caricature (with story), then salt up the arm, a tequila shot is on the way.  Tequila! $7

→Ambitious and dangerous?  Two drawings with two stories = One delicious dirty martini.  Encourage a friend to play! $9

→Delight your friends.  Collect 5 self-portraits + stories.  Send.  Celebrate with a round of shots.  $21

It’s easy to submit.  Fill out the form.

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Kait’s portrait

September 18, 2009

kjt Self-portrait by Kait Trott from Portland, Oregon.
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Gabriele’s doodle

July 30, 2009

Art by Gabriele

Art by Gabriele

Gabriele Maurus is an exquisite artist from Canada.
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The Double-Dip Club

June 22, 2009

According to Wikipedia, "Reasons  People most often double-dip when their chips/fries are too long, and therefore one single dip is not enough to ensure the flavor lasts, and often becomes bland after a bite or two. Therefore, this motivates one to re-dip in order to get the flavor through. However this problem can be overcome. There are two ways to fix this problem: add extra dip to the snack before eating to therefore sustain taste; after the first dip, turn the snack on its side and re-dip."

I doodled the dip.

Reasons people double-dip according to Wikipedia:

“People most often double-dip when their chips/fries are too long, and therefore one single dip is not enough to ensure the flavor lasts, and often becomes bland after a bite or two. Therefore, this motivates one to re-dip in order to get the flavor through. However this problem can be overcome. There are two ways to fix this problem: add extra dip to the snack before eating to therefore sustain taste; after the first dip, turn the snack on its side and re-dip.”

If we can overcome this problem, we can overcome anything. New problem:  I don’t want to overcome the Dos Dip.

Any supporters?

Answer: A


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