This is the promotional poster, and postcard for my Thesis Exhibition in November at the Georgia Southern University Art Gallery in the Center for Art and Theater. It will also be the center poster in the continuum without the eleven bullets logo. Eleven Bullets refers to the New York State Law that prohibits clips from being loaded with more than 10 bullets. From what I understand, if you get caught with eleven bullets in your gun, you could have it confiscated and face jail time. Some of my opinions that I will be presenting in my show are somewhat heretical in the art department I've been going to school in. They embrace pragmatism over other critical theory and often that conflicts directly with what the department would want me to believe. Symbolically, If I just loaded my gun with the ten bullets they want me to load it with, I'd be fine, but I choose to fight their policy and load that eleventh bullet. We've also cut the number of posters in the show down to Eleven. There are a few other layers of symbolism, but I won't bore you with them. I'll be blogging about the whole experience after I finish defending the thesis and have time to do some work for myself. Hope you guys and gals are having more fun than I am these days.