Time to plug in my first book here.
Peter Fuss an artist known for his edgy and sharp attitude, illegally posts his art on billboards to portray the social and political issues around him.
Not afraid to speak his mind on politics or the relationship between religion and art. Peter Fuss fleshes out his work with deep meaning and a simplistic result. Entitled ‘This Means Peace ‘ his work was first placed in Gdansk, Poland in January 2008 at a railway station. The two billboards, use his signature minimalist typography and feature Arabic writing with an explained translation underneath that reads “This Means Love” and “This Means Peace.”. Fuss’ message was that people should think carefully about the widespread beliefs after the 9/11 attacks that all that is Arab is dangerous. He questions the stereotypes that shackle a group of people and challenges it with the thought provoking use of typography.
Well… not really new, but recently unleashed upon this hapless world: A story I’ve been working on for the last ten years and now I finally work up the nerve to release it. Check it out.
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Decommissioned Titan I nuclear missile silo in Eastern Colorado.
OMG! I love, love this!
That is awesome.
The single most valuable fan tribute I’ve ever made. This is a Colt (LOL) Anaconda revolver, six-inch barrel, chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge. I cleaned it up, lightly stoned the trigger, hand, and some small internals to give it a smooth, even trigger pull (still no Python, but better than any other Anaconda I’ve shot, and I’ve shot several), checked timing and cylinder gap, mounted a Leupold 2x EER scope on it with 3 fully-hardened stainless screws (to hold up under heavy loads), and hand-fitted these synthetic ivory grips (they were originally for a Python, required quite a bit of fitting to this much larger frame). The final touch was applying AJ’s mark to the grips. I still have the original blue plastic case and Colt-branded cardboard outer box and all parts that were removed for the modifications. Total value of the gun is around the $2k mark, and that’s assuming I don’t charge anything for my own time working on it.
It is very real, and more than powerful enough to drop any living creature on the North American continent with a single, well-placed shot. I enjoy shooting Buffalo Bore 340gr. hard cast loads, they’re about as powerful as you can get in this caliber without blowing your gun up (and they WILL blow up many guns including the popular Smith & Wesson model 29 and 629 models, but I checked with the gentleman who came up with the load and he assured me an Anaconda is plenty beefy enough to take it). This gun with those rounds is more powerful than many off-the-shelf factory loads for the .454 Casull.
I do have a nice leather holster and gunbelt for it, I didn’t bother photographing them though. I may do so later. Both are made by the Hunter Holster Company, the holster covers the scope to protect it and the belt holds 25 rounds.
I approve. Accurate and powerful, just what you want in the Wasteland.