Tiny Art Grant Award: 1/16th Indian Tacos

August 18th, 2009 by Colin

This Tiny Art Grant Proposal did not pass our review the first time around. While the teardrop trailer is cute and noticably smaller than an RV it is nowhere near 1/16th scale. Then it became lunchtime and our ability to withstand the tempting nature of the “Nom Nom Tasty Tacos!” went out the window.

Ultimately we were really won over by the arguement that the 1/16th Indian Tacos while not necessarily to scale physically are conceptually to scale as the chef themself is 1/16th Indian.

Congratulations Courtney and Roy, which ever one of you is 1/16th Indian has been awarded $5 for the purchase of Bisquick to make frybread!

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Indian Tacos tiny art grant proposal (front)

Indian Tacos tiny art grant proposal (back)

All additional Tiny Art Grant awards will have to wait until after the BPAF tiny art grant review committee has had lunch.

3 Responses to “Tiny Art Grant Award: 1/16th Indian Tacos”

  1. NetDiva Says:

    Mmmmm…. I LOVE Indian tacos!

  2. liliffi Says:

    That’s the kind of tiny art we Oklahoman’s love. Nothing better than Indian tacos. And the magic fry bread makes all the difference. 1/16th of what tribe?

  3. courtney Says:

    choctaw. maternal line (mom, grandma, great grandma…).

    testing went wonderful. assembly starts in the morning. nervous about towing the tiny trailer through town, though. eep!