Sunday, March 10, 2024

Temere ineptias

 Now this is a dramatic image for Dizgraceland I can really get behind. I just asked my new friend AI Art at to throw something together for Dizgraceland the blog and it spit out this. I really like the way it combined the "C" and "E" into a single letter and added the the "Unraveling the Mysteries."

I added the latin inscription "Temere Ineptias" (which sounds like something Harry Potter would say while he blasts you with his wand) and "The Blog."  I'll let you figure out what "Temere Ineptia" means on your own.

Seriously this has this whole mystical Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings vibe that really makes my blog seem somewhere you'd like to visit and whisper in awe as you tiptoe around as I unravel "the" mysteries. It is important that I don't just unravel mysteries, I unravel "THE" mysteries.

Makes you want to treat me with more respect, doesn't it?

I turned it into a t-shirt design just for the fun of it. Because it would look really mysterious and bitchin' as you walk around in a smoking jacket at the local Walmart. Though I imagine spelling Dizgraceland with a mutant C that is also an E will confuse the yokels. They don't know high-brow design when they see it. 

Makes me seem more mysterious as I unravel before your eyes.

On that note, I'll throw out another of my designs that me and Ideogram whipped out (though I think they should have called themselves Idiosyncrasy).

Now I am sure I am not the first one to suggest Hamlet be played by a pig (but you have to admit it works on many different levels). It took a few tries to get the image I wanted and I did have to manipulate it with Photoshop. Because I wanted Hamlet to be holding a pig skull not a human skull and I wanted Horatio and the ghost of Hamlet's father to be swine as well. 

I am happy with the end result.  It would make a great stage adaptation of the original. It could be billed as "Shakespeare, the other white meet."

Not really sure what that means, but I'm sure I'll unravel THE mystery eventually.

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