Arts

The Art of the Tarp

Art doesn’t get better than this. For the ghost ship look, use white.

For a more classic look, use blue.

For a real supertanker ghost ship look, make the car white and the tarp blue. Look at it catch the wind. Coleridge’s Mariner could have used this trick!

And to escape any negative associations with popular culture’s naysayer’s, there is an upscale version: orange. Nice, huh.

But now, a very special treat for you, rarely seen, the perfection of blue that no orange gentrification can touch or harm. This is from Tthe Yänlin, right on the Northern Border of Cascadia.

I tell ya, this is why we travel to the four corners of the land. I wept with joy!

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