This little gem is sitting on South 3rd Street in sunny Burbank, California. I had the pleasure of traveling there over the weekend to see a screening of my great-uncle’s film I, THE JURY. Finding this couch was a nice bonus.
What makes this discarded couch even more special is its prime location in Multnomah Village. Truly a gentrified couch.
Found in front of a bus stop by SE 45th and Vermont.
I would say it’s up for grabs, but perhaps it’s better if we leave it for bus passengers.
I started a new Instagram account for my personal art. I’ll be posting stuff I drew for LQ as well as similarly themed kid lit art.
I hope you’ll join me there!
LQ requested a couple new characters for coloring pages, and so I obliged. The first is Luke, from Thomas & Friends. Luke is a narrow-gauge engine who we meet at the Blue Mountain Quarry. Luke has a secret!
The second is a character from a Sesame Street Christmas special. Her name is Holly, and she is a magical clock.
This couch looks as though it is going back to nature already. Who knows, maybe a bear or a family of ingenious squirrels will turn it into the centerpiece of their home.
I hope you enjoyed this month of robots! It was fun to bring them back for a limited run.
This month I made a new series of Friday Robots!