Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Part 2

Some ideas are bluer than others. Intention and actual execution often collide, inadvertently. I know a few really bad jokes.

Canary Towers

Bold steps in productivity are taken at Canary Towers. We are moving forward into the past, as Firesign Theatre has said.


Your well-being and sense of solidity are paramount in our conceptions... Write me with your best explanation: pq.ribber@gmail.com

Friday, November 27, 2009


There is something very official about this image.

From the Shoebox

A nostalgia that is wholly artificial and built of other people's long-gone memories and pixels. We remember the past that never happened this way.


The lipman with the cake is talking....

Sunday, November 22, 2009


Flight, height and the overall things that give me vertigo are all confronted and colored brilliantly in this extra-large work. You interpretations and orders for archival quality art prints may be addressed to pq.ribber@gmail.com


Sealife is affected by the prevailing art of it's era. If you fell into a black hole, you might see this...

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


The marraige between taxidermy and the joy of motion. How vivid can you get?

Monday, November 16, 2009

The Hottest Ever

Contradictions and seasonal snowiness. Floral snowman and the hottest and coldest combine to make another unusual collage. pq.ribber@gmail.com for more information on large, archival quality prints and custom artworks, cards and more!


This one looks sort of like an unfinished magazine cover design. Would look great on your night-table, no?

Sunday, November 15, 2009


Brilliant colors and cool shapes and patterns make this an extra-vivid experience!


Now, those Victorians knew how to put animals and inanimate objects to work! Unique visual art for the new era!

Merry Best Wishes

A holiday greeting from a cluttered skull! Show went well and am back to online antics and art blogging and whatever else turns up here....

Friday, September 11, 2009

ART IN ACTION The Open Mike Flyers

Fruitcake Toothpaste proudly displays a small shiny print - Tesla Dream was utilized for a flyer for the monthly Open Mike we host!

It is strange and fun seeing my stuff all over town....

Thursday, September 10, 2009


Unintended applications of vintage elements. The noble and reliable scout and the direputable athlete - yes, before our modern idolisation and adulation of the sports figure, there was a time when these fellows were considered to be lower than people in the Show Business! Even lower than artists! Balance from imbalance and yet another collectable image from the PQ Ribber Collection! pq.ribber@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Scout City

A purple metropolis, mysterious heraldry and loyal, obidient and true scouts - time, itself runs amok. Free of context, it assumes different characteristics. Night has fallen and it may rain; stay tuned and support our sponsor: pq.ribber@gmail.com custom digital eye candies in archival art prints.


Permutations and a heroic theme - a noble bruin hardly notices the aspirations that go around about him. He is already thinking of his winter hibernation and dreaming of fish. The bluebirds of happiness oversee things to assure quality of experience. Is the fish in the dream smiling? Only you can decide, for sure. pq.ribber@gmail.com

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Split Shift

This was done in conjunction with Fruitcake Toothpaste and is pretty much past words.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Elvis for EVERYONE

This work was done for a show (still up as of this posting and should be until mid-October at the M Gallery, on Main Street, in Truth of Conseqences, New Mexico. I have always gotten the odd feeling that I am looking at a mispelled word whenever I see the name Elvis... An iconic figure, no doubt. I did a second version of this with a couple of other elements, but wound up reverting to this simpler rendition. pq.ribber@gmail.com

Friday, September 4, 2009

Tesla Dream

Tesla's work affects so much of our lives - it is his world and if you read about the man, he was pretty 'out there'. However, some insist that he was able to transmit wireless free electricity... Light, life, and this entire realm of internet. Find out more about my art, maybe own some - pq.ribber@gmail.com

Thursday, September 3, 2009


The sportsman of the 19th century is affected deeply by the blue specked eel. How do they feel? The birds have appeal as they squeal. The colors on this one are quite soothing. Is they art? pq.ribber@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


There is always much more going on than we can possibly percieve. I hate when I miss important things again and again, but all I can do is make efforts and art and hope to somehow balance things. pq.ribber@gmail.com and you could add this work to your art portfolio!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009


Time moves.


The temptation to set this acrobatic feat in some colorful pattern is outvoted by the way it looks, as is. By the way, the Conspiracy of the Insignificant podcast has been revived for a new, Fall 2009 Season at http://insignificant.podomatic.com ! Tell me what you think: pq.ribber@gmail.com

You're Off Your Base Again

Persistence of vision is challenged and there is a very jarring optical record skipping effect to this wonder of the modern world. This was the very first one of these that I printed in large format and it sure does look cool and different! pq.ribber@gmail.com

Monday, August 31, 2009

Truth or Consequences

While this image will likely never promote tourism, it commemerates and is in honor of the New Mexico Town that I am attatched to. If anyone knows what the lettering that the spiffy tiger is displaying, please share! Truth or Consequences is also the home of my next public showing, starting with a Gala Opening, Saturday, September 12, (2009) from 6pm til 8-9pm or so, at the Happy Belly Deli, on Broadway. It is very likely that members, if not all, of the Conspiracy of the Insignificant (New Mexico's Foremost Music and Arts Ensemble), will be performing! pq.ribber@gmail.com . Keep an eye on this blog for updates!


I could easily live in a room using this background as wall paper. Maybe not, but the idea of that sort of green world appeals to some part of my inner vision. I LOVE the Um Kit a Rat Trap Si Si Do, which I believe is the title of some archaic attempt at a catchy hit song title. I personally have a large print of this one by my coffee maker! Join me in my delusions! pq.ribber@gmail.com

Give Me Home

One of my show business failure/heroes, Harry Langdon, a man who accidentally became a genius, tops this early 20th century looking re-complication. A Pathetic Story, indeed, a purplesome saga of bats and a walrus that will play itself out over whatever amount of time that at least one version of this image exists. Should the last copy of this artwork be destroyed, all bets are off. You can help fight entropy by ordering an archival quality art print of your own! pq.ribber@gmail.com !

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Speak a Kind Word

Isn't this one incredible? There is so much beyond the simple combination of shapes. These elements, in all their far-flung original incarnations, were destined to eventually be part of this work. Perhaps, even destined to grace your favorite wall! pq.ribber@gmail.com


Teddy Roosevelt was an incredible character! Aside from that, his head makes for fun collaging! All of the layers of perception that are turned into amusing mishmosh make this work rewarding. Own your favorite(s): pq.ribber@gmail.com


A pawnbroker for you. I'd swap in everything for an orangy life. There is a time and a place for everything, I only want one thing, should be simple, no? pq.ribber@gmail.com

Friday, August 28, 2009


No one could say, for sure, why Ezra adamantly refused to eat eggs. This one might match your wallpaper. Or, if you are ambitious, we could make it your wallpaper. I can only hope that the immense fun involved in filling these spaces with eye-affecting pieces comes through in the final vision. pq.ribber@gmail.com