A Prehistoric Parody

A collaborative project performed late-night at a diner near you.

Ugh, we’ve been so lazy. not producing as much, or uploading what we do produce.
We need some inspiration!

stay tuned…

"$60,000, 5 years, & 2 credits shy of a BFA."

"$60,000, 5 years, & 2 credits shy of a BFA."

"Do you think you could spare, like a penny?"

"Do you think you could spare, like a penny?"

"I’ve been using a UDB cord as a belt for about a month now."

"I’ve been using a UDB cord as a belt for about a month now."

"My vintage Vespa runs on cabbage juice!"

"My vintage Vespa runs on cabbage juice!"

"I have no respect 4 anyone who doesn’t make their own lotions"

"I have no respect 4 anyone who doesn’t make their own lotions"

Breaking Plaid - an obscure “unfinished” masterpiece by M. Butler.Drawing on the minimalistic foundation of the plaid wearing sub-culture, the artist effortlessly evokes the ambiguous and often dissonant emotions of the 20-something Millennial, portrayed by an anthropomorphic Theropod. With conservative linework, and sparsity of color, Butler has commanded her craft of parody that strikes deep into the grand philosophies of fashion, identity, individualism, and group-psychology.

Breaking Plaid - an obscure “unfinished” masterpiece by M. Butler.
Drawing on the minimalistic foundation of the plaid wearing sub-culture, the artist effortlessly evokes the ambiguous and often dissonant emotions of the 20-something Millennial, portrayed by an anthropomorphic Theropod. With conservative linework, and sparsity of color, Butler has commanded her craft of parody that strikes deep into the grand philosophies of fashion, identity, individualism, and group-psychology.

"GUYSE!!!! Pop-up brunch at the Packard Plant!!!"

"GUYSE!!!! Pop-up brunch at the Packard Plant!!!"

"Does your insurance plan cover my naturopath appointments??"

"Does your insurance plan cover my naturopath appointments??"

"I’m just dating my way through Metro-Detroit one 30-year-old musician at a time"

"I’m just dating my way through Metro-Detroit one 30-year-old musician at a time"