Today's inadvertent work of art. Backstage at the Peppermill Wendover, saw my shadow while Penn did Nailgun.
Now, here's a house I'd live in.
I can see you. There's a mirror in the helicopter just above me and there you are on the Vegas Strip.
Among the graffiti of a deck of cards at Christopher Street & Bedford Street in New York.
Our pal Piff backstage at Radio City Music Hall, sharing a dressing room with some Muppets.
Jim, our computer guy, visiting his family in Pittsburgh stopped at Andy's grave and left an offering. See it?
In the color corrections studio for the video of "Play Dead" I caught today's inadvertent work of art.
Penn juggling on the lawn outside Centennial Hall after the show in Tucson.
Here's a slightly enhanced version of today's inadvertent work of art. This is how it looked on my iPhone.
Penn & Teller coming up in the Jumble for Saturday, January 28 (used with permission from Tribune Media Services).
Just bought this pic. At the end of a patriotic number at the NY Hippodrome in 1918, Houdini produced this eagle.
Princess Anne with P&T after the Royal Variety. As you can see from our faces, we're awed by Royalty.
I was one of the YOU ME BUMBUM TRAIN performers tonight. You can be, too: contact @TheBumBumTrain. Amazing fun.
Where dressed up soldiers leave their headgear at a Royal Variety show.
Tim Minchin, Tony Bennett, and Princess Anne at the Royal Variety. The woman in gold tells HRH Anne who's who.
With hair and makeup at the Royal Variety.
I don't think the Zip Lock system would let me turn pages on my Kindle Touch. Here's my revised setup for now.
Manchester in the rain chills the bones, but haunts the eye with its gray, industrial vs. modern beauty.
Thelonious Monk's artistic advice in his own hand.
The great satirical comedy team Bob & Ray, whose career spanned 5 decades, liked big ampersands, too.
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