“The day I created my corporation, Goatmother Industrial, I had a horrible fever. I was on the phone with my mother and I turned into a goat. It seemed like it happened over a long period of time. The horns punched through my skull. My legs felt like they were broken at the knee, bend backward, and then reattached. My toenails caramelized and fused together to form the hoof. My stomach split in half…twice…to form the four stomachs of the buck I was becoming. Hair was everywhere. But I was brought out of the entire affair but my mother, who had realized that there was some distress on the other end of the telephone line and she asked, “Honey, are you alright?”
“Yeah Mom, I’m fine.” I said.
That’s the day I went into business for myself.
I’m a big business man now.
Mark Rice, C.E.O and Team Leader of Goatmother Industrial
NOTE: Not all projects by Goatmother Industrial are attributed to the Goatmother Industrial title. To extend the corporate brand without positioning the powerful corporation as a monstrous Big Brother fixated on a “soft control” of eventually every market, works have also been accredited to several “subsidiary” monikers, referred to by the official Goatmother Industrial press release as “The Umbrella of Shame“.
Goatmother Industrial’s “Umbrella of Shame”
An alternate subsidiary focusing on paintings and works on paper
Spray the Hooray : Non-Athletic Games
An division bent on Preteen Projects and Presentation in the name of entertainment and interior strength and development.
The moniker employed for non-collaborative musical endeavors
(this entity will collaborate with other entities)
Commanding Father Foods
Small edible and “tastefully positioned” compositions
Dogs in Paris
A clothing line for the fashionable canine
Fantum Limb Fanamatronix
Works of science fiction as a basis for devotion, faith, and reverence
A line of small-run t-shirts
The Honor System Store
An entrepreneurial experiment, dissemination machine, and “half-cocked concept launcher”
Voyage Corps Gifts
Company that supplies the products for the Honor System Store
Alottaknotts Apparel Company
Garments constructed of tied string and yarn
Lil’ Learner’s Books
A series of literature for quick, yet thoughtful perusal
A series of portfolios used to promote the history of printmaking