Duct tape can do the impossible
As a freelancer you sometimes get a call to do a piece of artwork that is (at least to you personally) so cool that all you want to do is tell everybody . . . but you are sworn to secrecy until it’s either announced or published.
Yesterday I got a call about doing a special project that will fulfill one of my absolutely biggest, top-of-the-bucket-list, most long cherished, professional dreams, and I can’t %*&#@ tell anybody! In fairness, it’s probably only a really big deal to me, and I’m achieving it based on a technicality, but what the hell . . . it’s still going to be freaking cool.
everybody some people a very few people my mom is on pins-and-needles, I’ll apologize for the self-serving and cryptic post. I’ll let everybody some people a very few people mom know what this is all about as soon as I can, to which she’ll probably say: “That’s IT?!? You need bigger ambitions.”
BTW, this is not a MAD cover job.
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