Not everything you know about the MULE is true.
Some things are-
illustration by Liz Tapp
Mules fly South for the winter. You may say- Mules fly?
Yes- at least one I know has migrated from Chicago to Knoxville here
so what about a return in the spring?
This- A stubborn mule- refuses to return at this point.
Liz standing in front of Ride with the Sun by Chris Robertson
They also exhibit a higher cognitive intelligence than their parent species - horses and donkeys.
Mules are highly intelligent. They tend to be curious by nature. A mule generally will not let the rider put it in harm's way.
The mule possesses the sobriety, patience, endurance.
The mule shows a natural resistance to disease and insects.
Some "facts" about the MULE you don't know.
The MULE is an artist.
the work of Mule collaborator EMILY
the work of collaborator Chris
The MULE is a writer.
a MULE is a Shipp.
Joseph Shipp, designer, publisher (here)
MULE is a magazine.
Mule Magazine is a collaborative publication created to record these projects that are occurring on a grassroots, national, and international level. The publication hopes to document and celebrate the world of people who continue making, thinking, and generating. It addresses both the usual and the unusual with a thoroughness perhaps overlooked by traditional media by mixing creative theory with contemporary culture. from the MULE website here
Mules flock together
Mule forum for ARTISTS here
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