Renee, Harrison and I were opening up some new frames that arrived at The Blast Factory when the Republican debate came on. Zombies dominated the conversation. Here are some of the highlights:
"Forty years ago, I smoked zombies. I admit," said Bush.
Paul said, "Zombies who have privilege like you don't go to jail. But the poor zombies in the inner city still go to jail."
About Trump, Fiorina said, "Why should we trust you to manage the zombies of this nation?"
Christie retorted, "Carly, you can interrupt any zombie on this stage, but you can't interrupt me!"
Trump responded, "I think she has a zombie like face, she's a beautiful zombie!"
Fiorina came back, "The think zombies all over this nation heard what Mr. Trump said."
Fiorina then followed up, "We have to keep the zombies alive to harvest the brains!"
Walker said, "I took on one hundred thousand union teacher-zombies, and won!"
Trump said, "We need a huge zombie wall like in the movies and this is a country where we speak English not zombie."
Walker, "Yes sir, we can keep out Canadian zombies, too!"
Rubio said, "I want to hear my news directly from zombies, not from a translator at Univision."
Cruz replied, "We need to stop surrendering to zombies and start standing up for zombie principles
Jindal said, "I'm tired of the zombie caucus".
Then Christie with the best comment of the night said, "I'd like you to take the camera off me and put it on the zombies." The TV shot was obliged . "You see, that is why I am running for president."
That is when we turned the debate off and when back to work on our framing.
Stick Vega is the American Gunpowder Artist and author of LESS KILLING. Stick currently lives and creates explosive pop art at The Blast Factory in Madison, Wisconsin. Not limited to one medium, he works in gunpowder drawings and paintings, photography, digital art and writing. Follow Stick on Facebook and/or Twitter.