WARNING: This post contains boobies.
No, not my boobies.
Come on people!
This post contains art with boobies showing.
If you can handle tastefully drawn breasts then read on.
Okay, if you can’t stop laughing at breasts, maybe you just should move on.
You guys are so immature sometimes.
Alright, back to business.
I have a dear friend who’s husband is an amazing artist. He mostly works in the video game industry. He has a really cool blog where he just shows up once and awhile, and thousands of people flock and patienty await his posts.
I know, how would that be, right?
Anywho, his name is Adam Ford, and once again I took advantage of my camera and traded for some amazing art work.
Personally, I like his beautiful kids more than his blog with millions of followers, and people who leave lots of nice encouraging comments.
Okay, I need to get over that.
Anywho, Adam traded two pieces with me. The first was from a photograph I took of my husbands’s grandparents barn in Canada. My husband was very surprised and very grateful to receive the drawing. His grandparents used to live on Denman Island, British Columbia, and my husband spent many summers working there.
The second, is the grocery checker that works at my local market.
Ha, ha! Kidding.
I don’t know who she is. I am guessing a college student who needed cash and didn’t want to work at the local grocery market. Either way, the piece is beautiful, and it was one Adam let me pick from his original drawings.
As you can see I have not yet framed either yet. The first piece I will probably put in my husbands office.
(The farm, not the boobies.)
The second I am thinking I will put in my master bathroom.
Is that weird?
You know, ’cause it’s a naked drawing where I shower, and I am also….
Oh, forget it.
I am never talking seriously with you people again.
*Update: I finally framed them up and they are both chillin’ in our bedroom. Ironically, the boobie picture hangs high enough that none of the kids have even noticed it. At least not yet.Pin It