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1983; nondream erasable crayon piece by Chris Wayan

A tribute to Hiroshige's famous series of moonlit landscape prints of the lonely roads of old Japan, "53 Stations on the Tokaido".

Okay, you could argue it's more a fried egg than a moon--don't be that way.

Crayon in vaguely Hiroshige style of wavelike hill under the moon
Months later, I looked again at that grassy hill shaped like a surging wave and saw it as hair. And the hills became a body, and that body rolled over to... Paw At The Ball.

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