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- Last Record: 2013-02-25 10:56:10 -0600
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Just wanted to post some (in progress) pages from an upcoming book we're releasing as part of our partnership with Levi's. It's going to be really cool! We've compiled a bunch of resources from our On The Road tour along with a bunch of records from The Road collaboration into a themed book all about the Road. It's going to be jointly released with Levi's soon, and I can't wait to show more as we finish it up.
Used some of my illustration (Looping Trees) as the pre-drawn part of the tree, then added on leaves, flowers, icicles, lost some leaves too, and looped it all over 3 times. and finally, after spending all day working on this and mixing it with Before I Died (w/harmonies) by Metaphorest, here it is! :) mix it, download it, maybe change the song and see what you can come up with too.
Around noon, Phillip, the bear stared into the bathroom mirror to straightened his pink necktie until it was perfectly centered. It was lunch time and he would regularly see her at the park eating her meal. Normally Katharine, the red fox, would eat her berries and grass by herself. As Phillip spotted her by a local park bench, he mentally prepared himself for what he was about to do. After months of conversing at the local berry bush, today was the day that Phillip, the bear, would ask Katharine, the red fox on a romantic outing. Phillip stepped into the open field, and headed towards her. As he got closer, her eyes met his gaze, and at that moment, Phillip imagined fantasties about their future life together. Unfortunately for Phillip, Katharine's gaze changed to Michael, the wolf, who was standing erect on top of a near by boulder. Katharine smiled as she awed over the slender, graceful creature who began to approach her. Phillip was petrified. Michael howled in Katharine's ear, and she softly nugged her button nose onto his. Michael, then intertwined her paw with his. As Phillip watched them leave the park together, paw in paw, he couldn't help, but loosen his pink necktie. Phillip, the bear, was now alone and he realized this was his reality.