Tuesday, October 7, 2014

We have winners! Inspiration!

Lookie here, jahl!

Well well well… it seems we have another stinkin TIE!  Soooooo, WURM and PAPERCLIP HOUSE, duke it out for the words, due this Friday!  Don’t be shy… let those fists of art fly!

PUMPKIN/CIRCUS is due this Friday by 2pm, as well.  Why not get some inspiration below…




1.a large, edible, orange-yellow fruit borne by a coarse, decumbent vine, Cucurbita pepo, of the gourd family.

2.the similar fruit of any of several related species, as C. maxima or C. moschata.

3.a plant bearing such fruit.


noun, plural circuses.

1.a large public entertainment, typically presented in one or more very large tents or in an outdoor or indoor arena, featuring exhibitions of pageantry, feats of skill and daring, performing animals, etc., interspersed throughout with the slapstick antics of clowns.

Compare big top.

2.a troupe of performers, especially a traveling troupe, that presents such entertainments, together with officials, other employees, and the company's performing animals, traveling wagons, tents, cages, and equipment.

3.a circular arena surrounded by tiers of seats, in which public entertainments are held; arena.

4.a large, usually oblong or oval, roofless enclosure, surrounded by tiers of seats rising one above another, for chariot races, public games, etc.

  1. an entertainment given in this Roman arena, as a chariot race or public game:

    The Caesars appeased the public with bread and circuses.

5.anything resembling the Roman circus, or arena, as a natural amphitheater or a circular range of houses.

6.flying circus.

7.British. an open circle, square, or plaza where several streets