Monthly Archives: January 2012

Dali and surreal chickenry

Dali is one of those artistic figures that I have actually done some research on – been to the museum in Florida (and want to go to the one in Spain), read a couple biographies, and done some reading about … Continue reading

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The power of a good bathrobe

I’ve long held a bathrone is one of mankind’s finer inventions. Broad and bulky enough to ensure modesty, comfy enough to sit in and drink coffee before mustering forces for the day, and at times warm and encircling enough to … Continue reading

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Occupy the chicken farm…

Reagrdless of your political leanings, I think you can have respect for people who enter the world and are determined to change it for the better (even if their way isn’t your way). The main weakness of this cartoon is … Continue reading

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Chicken cape… more like chicken straightjacket

Well, measurements are the key to chicken couture and frankly, we gotta do more measuring. I went for a “turtleneck cape style” – combining what I thought were the best elements of the “chicken sweater tube” and the strange¬† zipper … Continue reading

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Chickens in clothes – harder than it looks

So for Christmas Jason and I decided we’d get on the trendy consumer¬†bandwagon and dress up our chickens. In sweaters. First however I would have to make the recycled sweater chicken garments and for that I needed measurements. Even if … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from Business Chicken to whatever chicken city you live in….

I often think of the broad brushstrokes we paint folks with – not just by say, drawing them into chicken cartoons, but the way we think of cities in the US influencing how we think of their people. I have … Continue reading

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