"Ballad of the Back-Seat Rampager," Main Street near Washington Ave., Ann Arbor MI
"The Secret Admirer," chalk and charcoal on concrete curb, Dexter MI
Most childish schemes are made possible by patient and sensible anchors.
In the aftermath of the first invasion, Gnarl the Conqueror and Malchron the Merciless agreed that more research should be done on the comparative size of the natives.
Sluggo discovers that reading and companionship aren’t as incompatible as he thought.
Carpe Scream: Seize the day by shouting at everybody.
An important part of reaching for the stars is understanding how they got there.
Happy as he was with his new accommodations, Alphonse had to admit he sometimes missed the hat.
"The Deep End," chalk & charcoal on Parks & Rec sidewalk (Shelby Township MI)
Tragedy is mostly perception … and sometimes a flair for drama.
"Big Fish, Small Pond," drawn with invaluable suggestions from the kids of Berkley Summer Days Camp. (Sluggo is especially grateful for the sandwich.)
Sometimes I think Sluggo should give up fishing altogether,