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"Sisyphus", 2000
This drawing had its genesis in a bad day I was having. Sisyphus, of course, was the king of Corinth who, legend has it, was so cruel that he was condemned to forever roll a boulder up a hill in Hades, only to have the stone slip and roll back down again. Sometimes I have felt like, no matter what I did, I always ended up back in square one.

Reboundiphus I made up. By making the stone a basketball, I invented someone whose punishment is to forever wait for a rebound.