Hello! My name is Evan Fuller. I'm the author of the dystopian fantasy novel Mutt and its sequel, Stray, which is out now! Mutt is free on Amazon, so check it out--and if you like it, grab Stray afterward.
I post a lot about my writing and writing in general, as well as social justice issues, food, and art that inspires me (sometimes food inspires me too).
Van Gogh’s Paintings Get Tilt-Shifted by Serena Malyon
Serena Malyon, a 3rd-year student at art school, took some of van Gogh’s most beautiful paintings and altered them in Photoshop to achieved this amazing tilt-shift effect.
I’ve been silent on this blog for a long time, but in the meantime, I’ve been quite busy. Let’s get right into the news, with the biggest piece first:
This month, Mutt hit an enormous milestone, with 5,000 copies in distribution.
At the beginning of last September, the book only had about 200 copies in circulation. I’m honored and amazed to of come so far in a year. I couldn’t have done it without my incredible support base—that includes the bloggers who have reviewed Mutt and Stray; the people who contributed to the Stray Kickstarter; and anyone who has promoted the books to a friend, written a customer review, or simply read and enjoyed them. I’m very grateful for your support.
Here’s what I’ve been working on this summer:
This is the best thing I’ve seen in weeks.
Some of the best Pokemon fusion drawings I’ve seen. I really enjoy these drawings in general; they’re way more fun than any official Pokemon from the past few generations.
One of the many bikers who passes through has the following patches on his vest:
- Mississippi Flag
- U.S. Flag
- Confederate Flag
- Abu from “Aladdin”
The back of his vest identifies him as a member of a gang called the “Boozefighters”.
Dude… what are you even trying to say here?
*Customer approaches counter with a couple of breakfast biscuits.*
Customer: “Do y’all have any napkins?”
Me: “Yes, right here.”
*I indicate a large stack of paper napkins we keep by the register for exactly this purpose.*
*Customer picks up entire stack, leaves.*
Me (as customer exits): “But… that’s… fine, whatever.”