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Kelly gives me another Mice Krispies print in exchange for 600 paper cranes

Kelly Lyles

Previously I threatened to give Ron Reid at the Comedy Underground everything I have yet to trade away with bARTer Sauce.

I have yet to pack up all the untradeables for him. I guess I'm just afraid he'll never let me on stage again. (Perhaps a wise choice in any case.) Plus, I'm probably too lazy to go to all that trouble.

Nintendo Prints

Original Owner: 
Dartanion
Nintendo Prints

Dartanion London (yes, that's his real name) offered me these: "Custom-made alternate props for hit dance duo "Darlene" from Dance Off 2006! Printed in full color glory and hand-mounted upon legitimate Walgreens paperboard. Iconic 8-bit Nintendo graphics perfect for your dorm room or other place you won't get laid!"

He's so funny.

You can see him in Dartmondo. You want to. I know. So just do it. God.

Jo Jo Stilletto trades me two sock puppets for the Spamster print

Jo Jo and Spamster

Jessica (Jo Jo Stilletto - the High Heel of Hurt) got her Spamster print to commemorate her poor dead hamster, Cameltoe.

I remember fondly the Christmas card I received one year with an image of dear Cameltoe peeking out of a stocking with his name on it. It was truly profound.

Here is Jessica's story:

Kelly Lyles Print - Spamster

Original Owner: 
Art Car
A print of Spamster, by Kelly Lyles.

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series. Here's what she says about them:

"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

Kelly Lyles Print - Viagra Falls

Original Owner: 
Art Car
A print of Viagra Falls, by Kelly Lyles.

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series.

Here's what she says about them:
"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

Kelly Lyles Print - Mice Krispies

Original Owner: 
Art Car
Kelly Lyles - Mice Krispies

Kely Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

A print of Mice Krispies, by Kelly Lyles.

I actually saw this print in a bar in Ballard years ago and was astounded because, at the time, Mice Krispies was my Instant Messenger screen name!  Coincidence?  I think NOT!
 
 

Kelly Lyles Print - Catolic

Original Owner: 
Art Car
Kelly Lyles - Catolic

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series. Here's what she says about them:

"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

Kelly Lyles Print - Catacomb

Original Owner: 
Art Car
A print of Catacomb, by Kelly Lyles.

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series. Here's what she says about them:

"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

Kelly Lyles Print - Catsup

Original Owner: 
Art Car
A print of Catsup, by Kelly Lyles.

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series. Here's what she says about them:

"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

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