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mrkiji Later afternoon shelfies.
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mrkiji Finally got to see one of my favorite drawings by My favorite draftsman Antonio St. Elia at the Italian Futurist Exhibit at the Guggenheim yesterday. 1w

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mrkiji Muppet Club with Kat.
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  •   sans_2dx Mad illuminati 2w
  •   serifcan AMAZING 2w
  •   mrkiji @serifcan glad you like it! I'm trying to get back in the habit of posting this kind of stuff. Hopefully with a bit more research I can also provide some context. From what I've seen there is a lot of mixed technique and technology between 78-82. Hope all is well man! 2w

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  •   louieguyphoto The best shit is the old style shit #OG 2w
  •   mrkiji @louieguyphoto Louie would I be able to find some of your dad's work? Would love to post that. 2w
  •   louieguyphoto @mrkiji what a wonderful thing so ask, sadly he threw it all in a trashcan and set it on fire sometime in the late 1980's as far as we know. Still trying to recover what we can. Even the DDB archive doers have any. I think he has a reel or two upstate I'll try to get you. 2w

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mrkiji Get in the bag. 2w

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mrkiji Thanks to all who came out last night and for all the birthday wishes. It might take me a few days to fully recover. 2w

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mrkiji Thanks for all the early birthday wishes everyone. If you're around tomorrow please come over to Crown Victoria at 7 to have drinks and celebrate! 2w

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mrkiji @holyokehirsch and I drew this one night. He's a great friend and a great illustrator. If you don't already follow him you should. 3w

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mrkiji My old friend @design165 sent me an old and blurry photo last night that brought back a lot of memories from college. A decade plus back a small crew of us in the Industrial Design Department decided to retrofit used power wheels and race them down the rather steep streets on the east side of Providence leading down to Main Street. It was a fun, dangerous, brake less, speed/drifting exercise in stupidity. It briefly became a thing people did. And people would show up and watch up almost kill ourselves. Here's a blurry film photo someone took of one of us on the Barbie Bruiser. Love to Tom, Chris and Paul for the memories. 3w

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