Friday, April 29, 2005
This orange is hallucinating, for reasons unknown.
Don't forget to vote for me here today and tomorrow. All the oranges in the world would be very grateful.
#FF6600 is Grand, Isn't It?
Some brightly-colored oranges inspired by the delicious colors and patterns of this blog.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
In Support of Women, and Vote for Me
Behind this fruity blog is a sweet orange. And behind the sweet orange is a sweet woman.
Orangepulp was nominated on the Blogs by Women blog as the Favorite Arts & Entertainment blog. Check out the other nominees and then vote for me here if you'd like, once every 24 hours. :)
I am writing this not only because I want you to vote for me (although that's a big reason), but also because Blogs by Women is an ultra-cool project that I highly support and want to spread the word about. I encourage all the women who are reading this to add yourselves to their directory for free.
And take the time to read and comment on another blog written by a female today, because females are sweet and often round like oranges.
Dreaming in Blue and White Fruits
My fruitwork is a mixture of art, storytelling, humor, and experiences.
Someone posted a comment a while back asking if there was hope for them to become an artist. I honestly believe that there is hope for everyone, whether you are a girl, boy, vegetable, or fruit.
So yes, I encourange everyone to dream, and to create art in every imaginable form. No, that's not a typo.
Sunday, April 24, 2005
The Big Orange
Jealous of apples' fame, a particularly large orange attempted to stir up some publicity for citrus fruits by making a scene in New York City.
The humongous orange rolled up the side of the Empire State Building and planted itself firmly on top, thinking that its fruity act would result in the city's name change to "The Big Orange."
Unfortunately for the poor little big orange, a particularly strong gust of wind launched the pulpy fruit into the ocean before the media arrived.
Inspired by Tara, whose idea has been stirring around in my thoughts for the past month.
Thursday, April 21, 2005
Certain species of oranges are composed entirely of orange cells.
In species composed of orange cells, growth is accomplished via orange cell division.
Pictured is an illustration of orange cell division. This is a commonly-known illustration, found in many popular orange biology textbooks.
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
A pair of cherries was so cute that the little fruits that made up the pair turned into little oranges. After all, oranges are the cutest fruits.
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Tonight is such a beautiful fruitnight. Two oranges are sitting together beneath the night sky. The wind flows gracefully around them.
One of the oranges tells the other orange about the constellations visible at the moment. The other orange is impressed. Together, they gaze up at the bright, round stars.
Inspired by Carmina, who asked about what oranges do when they are in love.
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
Field of Oranges
We are gazing out at an endless field of oranges. A sunny breeze blows through the grasses, and the oranges shiver a little.
Here in paradise, the oranges are easy to pick. Everyone loves them, and everyone is completely satisfied.
Monday, April 04, 2005
In a Coconut Tree
Yes, those are oranges. They wanted to go on vacation, and they ended up on a deserted island. Without their mother tree, they felt out of place and hopped onto the branches of the nearest tree that they could find.
Having no coconuts, the coconut tree was happy to bring them on board. It helped, of course, that the oranges were cute and sweet.