Well. This is a pretty poor attempt at both art and humour. It’s meant to be about there being thin lines everywhere (not rain) and none noticing apart from a poodle and so maybe it’s touching on not being aware enough to see what’s in plain sight, or technology stealing our attention to the present. Who knows? Who cares? There’s far too much crammed into the page, which makes it off-putting and unappealing to look at, but we can all just pretend it’s okay and get on with the next thing. Yes.

I didn’t think it necessary to give this piece a title as it would give away what the picture’s about and also just be repetitive. So I’ll sing instead: Laaa La Weeeeeeeeeeeee Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaleedoodledoo

“I’m going where the sun keeps shining, through the pouring rain. Going where the weather suits my clothes.”

Banking off of the northeast windsSailing on a summer breezeAnd skipping over the ocean like a stone

WONDERMOSS – episode 2 – yes, feelings matter, especially for a mossy superhero (see WonderMoss episode 1 to find out more (except you won’t really learn that much))

to see episode one of WonderMoss, click here

on Saturdays, Mister the Mince loves pretending he’s an air traffic controller, even turning his back yard into a landing strip so he can practice