Monthly Archives: August 2007

1-20-09

Have you seen all those bumper stickers? They just read “1-20-09”. It’s just a date on a sticker but it is a communication reminiscent of the date paintings of On Kawara. On Kawara’s date paintings are of dates of events … Continue reading

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Becky Kinder

I used to live with Becky. It was about a million… a million and a half years ago. It was 1996-1998 and it was an incredible time. It was college and of all the people I met, I was most … Continue reading

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Copycat © #18

…let me explain.

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From the sketch book…

…like the Standard & Poor.

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Purple.com

In two words, it’s purple. http://www.purple.com/ The site is a funny concept. If you can click fast enough, you can click the FAQ link for more info about purple. Be quick. The meta redirect is fast. It’s purple and it’s … Continue reading

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Arks

http://www.arksmusic.com/ http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=8352147 My good friends, Mat Biscan and Glenn Rischke, have a band that needs to be heard. And that introduction should in no way take away from the objective love and admiration that I want to display for this … Continue reading

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Copycat © #36

…let me explain.

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Kule as F%@#

http://kuler.adobe.com This is a fantastic site for personal color developement. It allows you to create color schemes, fine-tune them, and publish them for all to consider. It is a little limited in that you can only work in a 5 … Continue reading

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Copycat © #56

…let me explain.

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A sketch and a thought

…I’d be rich. Was I thinking of Tom Cruise in Vanilla Sky? Or maybe that crucifiction scene in Silence of the Lambs. Something always stuck with me about that scene. It was the red, white and blue bunting that shot … Continue reading

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