Get Out of Texas Or Die Trying Album Art.
I’ve got a little playlist to motivate me toward my main goal for this year (more on that later), and you can listen to it on a YouTube playlist here (some of the tracks aren’t great quality, but it’s the best I could find). The landscape here is a mishmash of Texas skylines, and I crammed as many state symbols as I could. It’s kind of like Where’s Waldo? in an apocalyptic Texas.
If you can correctly identify everything in this illustration, you win a prize.
This is a map of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, the strange land where I now find myself. The map mainly hits the big highlights of the two cities, but I made sure to include some overlooked favorites. All due respect to JFK and Big Tex, may they ever rest in peace.
This piece is posted on They Draw And Travel now. Check it out here.
Super List Saturday, February 23, 2013: 6 Unexplained Phenomena in Texas.
An article about the rumored Cat Killer (or “woodsman”) here in Fort Worth prompted me to do some research on other legends and phenomena around the state. I have to say San Antonio is embarrassing itself with the donkey lady ghost story. A woman who looks like a donkey? Is that the best you can do, San Antonio?
It’s another Super List Saturday! Monday night I watched the emergence of the world’s largest urban bat colony from the Congress Ave. Bridge in Austin, which got me to thinking about other bridges I’m fond of. Then I made this list, and you get to look at it.