I had to work on the thesis again. Victor gave me new information to keep going—new critiques from the depressed german woman. He sat me down in a cafe on torstrasse and told me about all her new complaints. I was immediately overwhelmed. She was a picky….client. I went into the bathroom and looked into the mirror.
What was I doing? I thought of the skull. I saw the skull in the mirror, coming alive, moving. It grew eyes; they were green, like mine. It started to grow a neck, and its new flexibility allowed it to lean outside of the mirror, towards my face.
What was I doing?
I closed my eyes. Another girl came out of the stall. I washed my hands next to her. I looked up at the mirror again and ignored my desire to see the skull staring back. I only saw my face. Okay. I walked back out to Victor.
"Ok, I can do it."
"Let me know if you need help. I’m an e-mail away."
Ecola State Park, OR
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"David Lynch did these two drawings … and then printed them to sell so we could make money to buy some more raw stock when we were shooting Eraserhead. I think we may have sold them for as much as $10 a piece but perhaps less–like $2.00. We sold them to anyone who would buy them–my dentist, our landlords, for example … He was in his early 20′s at the time. It was a good time."
– Catherine E. Coulson (x)
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