Monday, July 18, 2011

I was at the Wyandotte street art fair and something occurred to me. A complicated concept Which hasn't ever chewed on my brain before; my stuffed animals seem, to me, like Art training wheels.
Anyone can pick it up and hold it. They can decorate a space with it. It's unique they will love to show their friends and share the experience.
What is art? Possibly The opportunity share a taste of unique? Ready to Order an art appetizer?
Tell them a story, give it a name!

Support flavor and give young people a taste for the unique
Show them how to take care of something someone spent time and love creating.

Art is how you treat what others do for you.
Be appreciative that someone wants to be apart of your life and give you a chance to sink you teeth into what brings them joy!

Ravenously yours,
Christian MiKzie

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Don't for get to add me on face book!
Christian MiKzie

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Wyandotte street art fair 2011

Ello Tasties,

I know you enjoyed my ahmnahm nahm... toys. As well you should, I know i do. That is the only reason for me making them.

The Wyandotte street art fair.
day one.
Honestly it all begins the night before when I assemble my troops. Not the zombie penguins or anything of that nature. They are crazy warriors of wrath seeking vengeance, in fact I fear to sleep under the same roof. When they escape my bladder trickling noise occure as they the battle the might force of the PeePeechair's water grip.
A great feeling of relief sweeps over my entire body, and then, I rest in peace. Knowing that "The Great Flush" of prophecy will take place.

Wake. Snooze. Actually wake. Stack. Gather. Load. Fit. Break... Imagine playing live action Tetris.

This morning was different slightly. I could feel. Normally I'm relatively numb. smelly little nerve eaters... Truthfully I showered. I do that regularly, I simply cherish each individual droplet of water.

I'll spare you the intimate details. I know..I know.. you want those dirty deets. Only participants are allowed those.

The day at the Wyandotte Street art Festival was Fluffy.  Lovely things, I witnessed, in the small amount of time I was able wander.
I did buy one thing an Amazing alpaca teddy. I can not tell you his name. He must be introduced later.
I highly recommend it.

Today was delicious. I'd put it in my mouth.

I'd like to thank the detroit news for finding me amusing enough to print.

add me to your face book. Christian McKzie.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Wyandotte street art fair begins tomorrow July 13th- 16th
I'll be setup next to the information booth.
The fair is on Biddle st. In downtown Wyandotte