I’ll be honest with you, I’m not sure what today’s art is supposed to be. It’s fine-line Sharpie on paper for pens, with more than one ruler and straight-edge in play,  and I think at one point I was going to try to draw a building or five, but it’s really just an elaborate, mindless doodle with pointless shading, iffy perspective and way too much time invested in it.

It’s almost a half-assed third-rate imitation of M.C. Escher but it’s unfinished if that’s what it was supposed to be.

Which it wasn’t, really. I just started with a blank sheet of paper and by the time I decided that I wasn’t terribly inspired, it was filled.

To see it bigger try clicking HERE. Maybe you ca figure out what it was supposed to be.

Meanwhile, Monday  on The AIR,  All day Monday we are running episodes of Herman Linte’s Prognosis because he hits a milestone birthday today, and we didn’t have time to get him a present and mail it to London. It begins at 7 AM Monday, and runs for 24 hours, bringing you the twelve most recent episodes of our Prog-rock showcase.