This is the first of three pieces I did for the upcoming show “The Lovers, The Dreamers, And Me - A Jim Henson Tribute Exhibition.” at Gallery Nucleus.
Really pumped with how it came out and really excited to be a part of this show. Judging by the pieces I’ve already seen, it is going to be a doosey!
The show opens December 10th, at 7:00pm.
It’s been twelve years since Kermit’s last big-screen movie. People were starting to wonder if he’d had a breakdown.
Kermit: You know, it’s a funny thing. It may have been twelve years in people years, but for frogs that’s only about eight months.
Jason Segel: It was a short hiatus for you, basically.
Kermit: Plus, a lot of my fans actually live under rocks.
GQ: Speaking of living on a different timescale, are you immortal?
Kermit: I don’t think so!
Jason Segel: I must say, though, I understand her question, because you’re looking just as good as you did twenty years ago. You’re holding up fantastically.
GQ: Amen. Botox?
Kermit: No, no, I haven’t had any work done, exactly. It’s just good clean swamp living. It’s one of those places where you can get away from it all.