Finally! Done with school this semester and have some time. Here's my response to Sean's cool acoustic noodling that he put up. I have a sweet idea for March...so I hope you guys are up for it.
verse is the chorus rupp lyrics

five points if you figure out where the lyrics came from.


Response to October / January Catalyst

Im responding to Brigs green drawing. This is a bunch of drawing done at church. Im coloring it now on my compy so you guys are in for an extra special treat. Wow. oh yeah. I wrote a song too, but havent put any words to it. go here: http://www.purevolume.com/brainco


January Catalyst

Eh...my turn again. I'm going to point you back to my October drawing/poem since I didn't get any reactions and I'm curious. Bob, hopefully I can react to your song soon. Things just got crazy with the arrival of Grace, but the art must go on!


o brother, could you spare some asparagus?

brainco friends and lovers.

here's an oldie. i wrote this garbage on my mormon mission. then for a creative writing class i made this rendition. hopefully next time i'll create something more specific for this format.


November reaction

I had a crazy month and ended up writing a poem inspired by Sean's awesome shoes. Hopefully I can draw on something soon, but over the course of the month I couldn't think of anything awesome, so here's the poem...

The straight and narrow

Treads are read
like words, from the bottom of a shoe,
like lines in the dust that prove
we went to the moon.
If I took a branch and brushed it behind us,
if I really mussed the dust and let it settle all around us,
might it settle as a man?
For unto dust I am. But our bare feet
still leave impressions in the land.
Do you think Adam and Eve ran?
Did God cobble shoes along with coats of skin,
set to tread where moths corrupt and thieves break in?


November Catalyst

I got asked to do some shoes for an art show and I had a lot of fun with them. I thought perhaps they might spark some other drawings on shoes, shirts, pants or pets. Enjoy


October Catalyst

This was created on a leather chair in a waiting room.