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Topic: Charles Bukowski inspired /warning: cartoon vomit!.!  (Read 2127 times)
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« on: June 10, 2008 09:33:44 PM »

so I guess the way the ads work on myspace they search for key words in your profile and try to sell you crap...well I log in the other day to find an ad for a new charles bukowski book out soon....it was the best day ever next to the day when my brother said "here read this" and handed me Ham On Rye.

I'm not a huge reader, but he's so crazy I love his books I can't help it even if he was a drunken buffoon...

anyhoozle, I've looked on ebay many times for tshirts only to find nothing I like....so I decided to make one in honor of the new book...I have seen "What Would Bukowski Do?" shirts many times but I finally found the answer....


I printed the pic out reversed and used an iron transfer marker and ironed it to a gray tank top then I painted over the marker in black and gray with fabric paint and a brush....it looks crazy because it's a scan, sorry Undecided



this is the original from a rare book he made of illustrated response letters to fan mail called "Dear Mr. Bukowski"....this one in particular was from a woman who asked "what is your typical day" and this was the first page of response. it just cracked me up I needed to use it...
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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2008 12:00:06 AM »

Bukowski was truly wonderful.  I love him.
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