One of the beauties of art is that people can interpret it in different ways: where one person may see a portrait of a disheveled crazy man and think it smacks of desperation and sadness, another would be totally complimentary of your sick Animal House poster. Giving you art with plenty to interpret, Ian Sanity. An Allston-based AIB alum with a proclivity for squirt guns and trippy aliens, IS's a painter/street artist who's created a prolific collection of abstract mixed-media paintings/collages that depict a bug-eye'd-alien-esque head creature pictured in a vast array of scenes, scenarios, and circumstances -- so it sounds like someone's been following Christina Ricci. New prints include the colorful Red Nub Roses which portrays IS's classic head dressed as a clown with a smoke machine on its back; the Capture Experiment on canvas depicting a yellow cloak'd head with bone nub arms/robotic tentacle legs riding atop a rhino; and a giant flesh colored head w/ mechanical body on a vibrant blue/green background named Roger Roger, leaving you only to wonder, what's our vector, Victor? No? Ok, then what about: do we have clearance, Clarence? There're also sweet designs like Batman? which showcases a spiny bat-winged head w/ a gear wheel back and human hands for feet; Digitaur (a well-endowed topless centaur branded with a red #9 and wearing a futuristic/old-school scuba diving helmet); and a full-breasted, one-armed flying test tube called Tube Fairy 2, in which the Rock plays
a guy desperate to kill his movie career by continually making bad choices a full-breasted, one-armed flying test tube. Because you also need to decorate the master suite, there's a green/yellow alien head on a lego dude body, and one that portrays the alien head wearing a ragged beige cloak and some sort of feathered jet pack, which would make it completely open to interpretation, though only an idiot would think it doesn't look exactly like the Rocketeer.