Sunday, December 13, 2009

Wittgenstein Devotional

For Leah Chamberlain's 30th.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

The Soft, Soft Shakes

The front and back artwork of the newly released Autumn in Halifax record The Soft, Soft Shakes.
My favorite record of the moment. Folk music stretched across sonic architectural landscapes.
You can hear Sleepwalkers, Maramount and Mend & Color Your Horses at
Go grab yourself a copy from Rochester, NY's own Carbon Records. If I were you I would also pick up the amazing Robert Frank & The Moon Short Story/EP - David Merulla's quiet, bloody, lovely short story soundtracked by Autumn In Halifax & The Leaves.

Title TBD
Acrylic and Collage on Corrugated Cardboard
24" x 48"

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Soft, Soft Shakes

Preview of what will be the cover for the upcoming Autumn in Halifax record The Soft, Soft Shakes. It is the best record I have heard all year.
More shots to follow. (That is photographer Robert Frank)

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Friday, September 7, 2007

A Flattened Geodesic Dome for R. Buckminster Fuller

Fuller’s ideas of ephemeralization (or simply “doing more with less”) as well as his exploration of communication through geometry go well beyond doodling with cardboard.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

With the Right Kind of Eyes Hunter S. Thompson Can Almost See the High-Water Mark

The good doctor is my favorite patriot. He has keen eyes for showing us our own culture, warts and all, without vilifying it. He reminds us that America is an experiment still worth improving upon.

Raymond Queneau is to Francois Truffaut as Italo Calvino is to Federico Fellini

New Wave cinema and the OuLiPo literary movement have an odd symbiosis that has long fascinated me. Both groups have informed new ways of seeing and reading, and so the two French fathers and the two Italian Renegades all together at last.