new Rubber Clown Car album now available

You can now purchase a digital copy of the fabulous new Rubber Clown Car album on Bandcamp! Featuring the album cover I created for it:

I’ve also added the piece to my Redbubble store.

It looks great on all kinds of things, like prints and posters… And this marvelous tote bag:

Since it’s June and Pride Month (warm wishes to all my fellow asexual, bi-romantic, genderfluid queers, and all my other rainbow friends), I’ll be working on my Rainbow Cake miniature dream world. Stay tuned.

Here I am wearing my white H&M dress, which I’ve dubbed the Holly Hobbie wedding dress. It’s like wearing a cloud. It’s longer on me than on the tall model (I’m just 5’3″), and I’m going to pair it with my old fashioned burgundy booties.

I have a number of other lovely dresses and accessories on the way. My traditional birthday photo session (later this month) is going to be a massive amount of fun this year. I’ve always gone back and forth between tomboy and petite doll looks, and after years of favoring my tomboy side, I’m now very much in the mood for petite doll.

Once I’ve had my second Pfizer shot (it was supposed to be at the start of September, but it’s going to happen sooner, announcements will come this week), and I feel okay leaving the house again to do regular things, I’m going to get my growing hair evened out at the hairdresser’s, and I may well get it dyed strawberry blonde, which is what it looked like when I was little. It would be fun, and I’m in the mood for fun.

Root Beer Malt Shop, Rubber Clown Car album cover

Last month, I finished my piece Root Beer Malt Shop.

It’s been added to my Redbubble shop.

After that, I completed the cover for the upcoming Rubber Clown Car album, “Go. Do.” It will soon be released on Bandcamp, followed by CD baby. Digital, then physical copies will be available.

This summer, I’ll be focused on creating more miniature world art. Towards the end of the summer, and this fall, I’ll be busy preparing myself for local holiday markets… And I’ll be making more cabochon pendants featuring details of my miniature worlds.

Creating these pendants has been a source of great pleasure to me. I package them like sweet treats, little cupcakes. The outside world things I’m interested in, and which I haven’t done in a very long time, are meals with loved ones, going to favorite record stores, bookshops… And selling my art locally. Artist markets, local specialty shops. I’ll be ordering special edition journals next, among other items.