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Fri Nov 1, 2013, 7:15 AM
In an attempt to better organize my different styles of art, I am moving the majority of my digital pinup and portrait art to a new account here on deviantArt.  I will still be posting the occasional digital portrait here, but I'd like the graphicpoetry account to be mainly poetic/geeky art.  

For any of my watchers looking for the pinups, check the new page: wcpelon 
:iconwcpelon: 


twingeekz www.twingeekz.com
tenthirtytwo www.tenthirtytwo.com
graphic poetry www.graphicpoetry.net

Devious Journal Entry

Mon Feb 21, 2011, 4:19 AM
The TwinGeekz Artz Project

TGAP 3 is in the works!  Any creative types interested in producing one work of art per week for 52 consecutive weeks should head on over to www.twingeekz.com for more info!

TwinGeekz Artz Project Press Release

Thu Apr 27, 2006, 3:07 PM
The TwinGeekz Artz Project

For immediate release:

The fifty-second and final week of the Twin Geekz Artz Project (TGAP) will go live on the web shortly after midnight on Monday, May 1st. This weekly update will culminate a year long project in which seven New Hampshire artists working in a variety of media have submitted weekly pieces of work to be published on the group's website www.twingeekz.com.

The project first went live on the web on May 8, 2005 with the original seven artists: musician Jim Tyrrell, photographer Celeste Tyrrell both of Campton; visual artist Michael Piper of Moultonboro, poets Robyn Piper of Moultonboro, Heather Ouellette-Cygan of Belmont, and Bobby (a New Hampshire poet working under a nom de plume); and graphic poet Bill Pelon of Meredith. They have also been joined over the year by ten other guest artistz, who have submitted occasional works from a variety of media.


From the F.A.Q.s section of twingeekz.com:
Did you get your name from that David Lynch show?
Actually, the name comes from a home movie we made about a decade ago. There are very few copies, and none are available for download. Yet. Besides, you don't really want to see it.
What is the TwinGeekz Artz Project?
It's a yearlong commitment that the TwinGeekz (and a few friends) have taken on. Each of us will be posting a piece of art in whatever medium we choose, once a week, for a year. The idea is inspired by National Novel Writing Month, SongFight, and others who share the idea that sometimes all you really need to create beautiful art is a strict deadline.



The idea for the project sprung from a trip to the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL. Local artist Michael Piper viewed Dali's masterworks and was inspired to create one piece of art that would take him at least one year to complete. When Piper shared his idea with musician Jim Tyrrell, Tyrrell suggested that instead of one piece of art over one year, Piper should attempt to create one piece of art a week for one year. Tyrrell agreed to do the same. Tyrrell already had the website up and was looking for a project to occupy it. The others were invited to participate and the project started.

The artists have usually remained true to their medium, but each has been challenged and inspired to cross over to others. All work included in the project is archived and can be viewed at : www.twingeekz.com .

They hope to host a gallery event in which they exhibit the work, both visual and oral, in the near future. They are looking for a Lakes Region venue to host the event.

For further information contact the GeekMaster at geekmaster@twingeekz.com

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TwinGeekz Artz Project: www.twingeekz.com

The Twin Geekz Artz Project

Fri Mar 24, 2006, 7:17 PM
man, do i love comics.  sadly, i can't freehand draw to save my life.  not long ago, i discovered a softer world www.asofterworld.com. &nb… pure genius; more importantly, it is a marriage of two things i adore: photography and comics.  most importantly, it's a whole new genre of comics for those of us who can't draw anything outside the realm of stick figures and amorphous blobs.  i began planning my first few photo-comics immediately.  along the way, my buddy Jim Tyrrell  announced his plans for a group artz project:

(from the Twin Geekz FAQ)
What is the TwinGeekz Artz Project?
It's a year-long commitment that the TwinGeekz (and a few friends) have taken on. Each of us will be posting a piece of art in whatever medium we choose, once a week, for a year. The idea is inspired by National Novel Writing Month, SongFight, and others who share the idea that sometimes all you really need to create beautiful art is a strict deadline.
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twingeekz www.twingeekz.com
tenthirtytwo www.tenthirtytwo.com
graphic poetry www.graphicpoetry.net