Thursday, November 26, 2009

Thanksgiving


In Amerika*, the peasants- (assistant: everyone does thanksgiving, not just the peasants. Karl: Oh, really? Interesting. I don't do holidays) have a holiday called "thanksgiving", where they thank people for something- I don't really know what. But there's turkeys involved in it somewhere. Do they thank the turkeys, then eat them? Do they worship turkeys in Amerika? I thought they worshiped money over there, but I could be wrong. Anyway, the illustrator Danny painted a picture of me, surrounded by some models. I think this is a terribly divine gesture of Danny, and I thank him for it- notice neither I or the models are eating food, hm? And you know, food on a painting is calorie free- that's why Van Gogh ate paint!

Anyway, above is the portrait Danny painted of I and my disciples (there's also a colour version if you click Danny's name, but I posted the black and white version since I live in a black and white world). I wonder who's Judas! I wonder who's Paul! And I can turn that wine into water.

*Kafka is watching you, children.

7 comments:

FabBlab said...

You're rad. Just saying.

Sandrine said...

Food should only be shown on a proper table in the form of bouquet.

Muffy said...

I am thankful for Karl and of course Kafka.

Spardha Malik said...

you rock!!

lorenabr said...

Kaiser Karl rocks ;)

snoblak said...

i love that photo !

Mo said...

all hail Kaiser Karl. May a turkey never cross your chic path again.