Category Archives: Drawings

Create-A-Mate

Mankind is destroying life on this planet. Only through direct genetic modification can we preserve intelligent life forms.

Dr. JohnnyWow!’s Create-A-Mate program features genetic enhancement and DNA diversity. It will provide alternatives to dreary repetitive interaction with the present limitation of merely seven sexes. Hybrid technology can increase your mileage pleasure. Sign up now, be an Early Adaptor of the new possibilities for constructive ambiguity.

Unimaginable pleasures that were previously unavailable can be yours.

Become more interesting

Access is restricted to the Good, the Giving, and the Game.

Arizona State Law recently passed forbids:

creating or attempting to create an in vitro human embryo by any means other than fertilization of a human egg by a human sperm.

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The Professor

Recently one of Seattle’s most celebrated artists had yet another big gallery show. He has been a UW professor for over 40 years. His artwork has been admirable and adventurous, and he remains prolific and diverting.

However the Good Doctor’s personal experience of his teaching back in the 60’s was disconcerting. The professor was so focused on a raven-haired, hawk nosed co-ed wearing low-rise bellbottoms that barely a dozen words of instruction could be spared on other students during the quarter. The Doctor took no further courses from the esteemed professor, but has, nevertheless, been a great admirer of the artwork and the many stylistic variations. On the other hand, several of the more conscientious and informative instructors have not had art careers of much distinction. Being a good teacher and being a serious creative force are often two mutually exclusive paths.

Dr. JohnnyWow! will be 70 in August, and has been involved in the arts for 50 years. One of the few pleasures of advanced age is the vision that long observation yields. Only a tiny number of creative people will prosper in the arts. “Many are called, but few are chosen”, is an old adage. Persistence does not lead to fame and fortune. The various Life Passage Trajectories often bemuse the Good Doctor.


An aspect of the state of the Arts

“The thing I hate most about advertising is that it attracts all the
 young, bright, creative people, leaving us with only the slow and 
self-obsessed to become our artists. Modern art is a disaster area.  
Never in human history has so much been used by so many to say so 
little.” – Banksy

Banksy voices a common lament and he is recycling ideas from the previous century. Ironically his artwork is a coy recycling of old visual ideas as well.

When times are good, a person with very modest abilities can make quite a nice living in the sales-support industries. The wheels of commerce must be kept decoratively greased. However, in the best of times barely a soul can make anything resembling a career within the Arts.

There is no shortage of talent. Talent is as common as salt. There is not a lack of talent, but within the Arts there is a lack of support. Talent is a commodity, and just like oil or electricity it is distributed to those that are willing to pay for it. There is so much talent in the Arts and so little support for creative endeavors that only rare individuals can attract sufficient supporters to survive. Sooner or later, most of the successful will drift into other areas of endeavor to make a living. Most employment opportunities don’t require talent, they require showing up on time and going through the repetitive daily routines of industry.

Only the most neurotic and driven individuals will persist in the Arts. These quirky personality disorders are not necessarily connected to talent and internal turmoil often stifle growth and development.


Improving Humanoids

The human race has multiplied numerically, but has yet to evolve into a sustainable life form. Time is running out and genetic revisions are necessary. As the Good Doctor initiated his research into making the world a better place through simple choices, it became apparent that men are doomed to standing around as the world is destroyed by male cultural inertia.

It is time for a transformation.

There is no point in enhancing men. If we are to start to perfect the humanoid life forms of this damaged planet we must avoid using such hopelessly flawed source material. Every child begotten with the seed of man is doomed to a role of inferiority and unrealized potential. Every birth mother soon realizes that her best efforts in child rearing are wasted on the product of an inferior sperm donor. It is time to initiate a new reproductive program introducing inter-species dna for indeterminate and random genetic variations.

The Good Doctor presents a few of his new proposed species variations.


Dreams

Researchers assure us that all humanoids have dreams. We share this trait with a wide variety of other creatures as well. Many of our dreams are quite disturbing and some people remember them in great detail. Other dreams fade upon awakening.

Often our perceptions are colored by the apparent reality of vivid dreams. It has been hypothesized that some mental disorders, such as schizophrenia, provoke behavior patterns based on the inability to distinguish between dreams and reality. The dreams continue while awake, and dreams become a living nightmare.

There has been much thought and study given to the shapes and forms of dreams. These fragmentary images have been analyzed for meaning since earliest humanoid history. Our major religions are based on little more than dreams, fantasies, hunches, and wishful thinking. The lack of evidence of any tangible reality has not lessened their impact on behavior in our culture. Perception of reality can be so tainted with the power of dreamy myths that facts and logic become irrelevant. We are encouraged to participate in the splendor of cultural diversity, but when others conduct their lives based upon bronze-age campfire stories, it becomes difficult to respect their beliefs and opinions.

The Good Doctor has often included dream imagery in his work. Please share your dream images, which he may shape into artwork.