Friday, December 19, 2008

Gruss von Krampus


Okay kids hopefully everyone is playing nice out there....if not...big trouble from Krampus. Last year about this time I did a post all about Krampus....sort of the bad Santa. He took care of all the bad kids while Santa dealt with the good ones. Lumps of coal would be the least of your worries. It was sort of a good cop/bad cop relationship.

I found this photo...I dub him to be the Baron von KrampusI don't think the above photo is supposed to be Krampus....but he should be. He is one of the award winners of the mustache championship or world cup or whatever they call it. I'm just saying if this guy showed up on Xmas...I'd be a little concerned.

So assuming you have been good or you know someone else who has, I just wanted to let you know that a few galleries where my work is available over the holiday

First
Gallerie Chiz
5831 Ellsworth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
E-Mail & General Information: galchiz@hotmail.com I just sent Ellen some of my Matchbox Nichosif you're in Missoula
Tsunami
Susan@lepetitoutre.com
101 S Higgins Ave
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 541-8699
Susan has my collection of deMented toys. My version of the Krampus...sort of a pig-man Krampus.
Along with the collection you've seen in previous posts, I just brought her a weird boy in a pig suit, a strange firetruck man and a cyclopian-boat-bike-woman-with groom (yes its true...that is what it is). Photos to come later.
Also...Stop in also if you want to sign up for the Jan 25th class.

Happy Holidays

Oh...coming soon...the class descrip for Oaxaca for 2009...yes we are a go!


4 comments:

HeArt Collective said...

where does he GET those wonderful toyz???

Demented... deMeng... Its all coming together for me finally!

Love it all, Mister!
happy saturday!
xoxo
jul

glimmering prize said...

send krampus to VT! ( He can trudge through over a foot of snow first!) My kids have been nothing but trouble all week.

I will survive. Hope you survive the holiday too!
hugs
LR

Cory said...

As always...love your work.
Have a happy holiday season.

Hugs, Cory

Concha said...

great blog. Many blessings