Digging through all of my archived materials continues to be a good distraction from being productive. I stumbled upon this diatribe… but can’t figure out if I wrote this for a class or for my own geekful bliss… Issues surrounding representation have played a key role in the development of postmodern art. Prior to the [...]
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For the purpose of appreciation and catergorization. I couldn’t love this any more… LINK
I’m waiting at the moment for Curtis to finish getting his haircut… Long and short of things: -The new website is up and running. I still have a bunch of work to hammer out with Mike Guille, my webmaster/web-leatherdaddy… including changing the color scheme of this theme. -It is finally warm enough [...]
This is going to seem like a ramble… but… I’m idle at the moment and idle fingers must tap keys in order for me to stay awake at my desk. I might as well think through some one of the things that is running through my weasel-brain today. My neighbors probably hate me right now. [...]
I stumbled upon these excellent examples of contemporary use of the letterpress. The Changing Face of Letterpress Exhibition via Thomas Brasington on FLICKr
From Good Blog: Perfectly fitting that I find this in my web wanderings between tasks this morning. I had a great dream last night about riding in the Mexico City metro… bouncing along underground and listening to pirated ABBA cds being blared at me from vendors with portable speakers.
I’m almost finished moving… after bribing all of my friends with promises of pizza, beer, and women/men of loose morals, I was able to drag all of my insanely heavy objects across MPLS to my new home. To summarize: I love living in Whittier. It is the perfect neighborhood for a lover of both urbanity [...]
A List: Good Things (+) -The Adaptation of Dante’s Inferno I bought yesterday. -The sweet plastic smell of my MacBook. -Knowing I don’t have to work Monday. Not So Good Things (-) -Getting on the bus and promptly having a bloody nose. -Finding out exactly how much getting my BFA and MFA cost me. -Corporate [...]
It finally sunk in today that I’m moving out of my cube apartment. In retrospect, it is amazing how living in a place that is distinctly modern and stripped of ornamentation shapes your thinking. I’m going to do the healthy thing and document all of the stages of moving.