Dude v Cart has hit the big time. It just got published on Screenhead.com, "an online review of funny shit" and part of Gawker Media's blog consortium. Screenhead gets 9700 visits a day. They billed the DvC as "an oddly loving bit of film detailing man’s eternal struggle against man’s self-destroying nature, here symbolized by a shopping cart."
As I was poking through Screenhead this morning, I was tipped to this little beauty: The Museum of Depressionist Art. My personal favorites were The Big Bruise by Mark Rotko, After the Pequod: Moby Dick's Later Years by
Sri Rhadapadaman Padarhadamom, The Picky Eater by Claude Moanet.
In other news, I locked down a show at Spiritus Pizza in Provincetown for 3 weeks in May. I probably won't sell anything at this show but it does allow me to keep my naming convention for the summer tour: Pan-Mass Portraiture: P-Town to Pittsfield. I'm working on the flyer/postcards now.