I Lost My Mind But Kept the Receipt

I’m a huge fan of puns and double meanings to words. I often wonder how much your mind would be worth. Here I split it three ways — the grey matter (the cheapest part), the intellect and the wisdom (which I feel is the most valuable). Note, the price here is for a five-year-old’s wisdom (which problem doesn’t amount to too much).

Tim Kane

Tower of Jargon

Not only am I an ancient history fan, I’m also obsessed with words. Particularly idioms and puns. I can’t say that I’m an expert at any of the millennial or Gen Z jargon, but I love running across it.

Words are like cars. Each one has a different feel. And although I may never been a race driver, I do enjoy stepping into the seat of a new phrase and seeing how it handles. Sort of like a Top Gear for vocabulary.

Tim Kane

The Face That Launched One Ship

I’ve always been a fan of Greek legends. So if Helen had a face gorgeous enough to cause thousands to go to war, would that sort of fantastic visage diminish over time? My idea here was to also comment on the loss of realism in art. For the record, I’m a huge fan of modern art. I just don’t see Cubist woman inspiring ardor.

Olga is a reference to Picasso’s first wife and the image I used was a portrait of her. Picasso divorced her because the two did not get along, perhaps inputting the rather unflattering portraiture of her.

Tim Kane