October 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

Hiram has been feeling artistic lately, which is awesome.

I think it’s likely art historians will refer to this phase as his “ear” phase. And probably, they’ll say something very intellectual about it, like, “As you can see in this piece, Hiram put special emphasis on the ear area of the composition. Interestingly, this particular work was created around the same time Hiram realized all good pictures of faces had ears. ”


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