18 June 2005
Shadow Linedrawing was an architect for many years. His specialty was designing buildings that no one built. Clients marveled at his imagination and unique style. They loved his drawings and models, but his buildings were invariably too expensive to erect. Shadow didn’t care. He framed the drawings of his unrealized structures and sold them as art pieces. When he retired a prominent art gallery put on an exhibition of his works. Shadow arrived at the opening in a costume that looked like an extinct bird. He flapped his wings and clicked his beak whenever anyone complimented him on his vision.