Friday, September 30, 2005

Winston-Salem to Los Angeles...



It is official : i am on my way to LA. I am in Ashville, North Carolina and have 2400 miles to go.
See ya.

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

A World Dreamer...


Inspired by the famous artist of the world...
they are the slick grease of the rusty cogs of the world...
and i aspire for just that.
Not to be another rusty cog, of which the world respectivly needs too.
To be the greece that keeps it all in good condition and moving well.
thats remarkable !
and a pain in the ass, surely, other wise if it was for everyone,
then it would be all greece and nothing to move.

hmmmm.

Friday, September 23, 2005

abandoned home-some 10 years now



so a little kitchen refinishing was in order...

...AND I AM AMAZED at this one...I found these "distance"paintings 3000 miles apart, and just in the past 6 months from one another.
And no I didnt do it. But I found them both in the upmost random places. One was in Oakland CA, in a boarded up, not in use Train Depot (of the Art Deco style). Won't tell you how I got in there...
The other "distance" was found in Ashville North Carolina, in the "hipster" part of downtown, in an alley that was full of graffiti art. LOVELY. serendipity i suppose. Makes me wonder who the artist is? and where else I may find his tags in the future?

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

books of note-leather journal of my weather





from the year 2003 to "I still have not finished this awesome collection of my days gone bad". Maybe when i do my life will be better off and I can make a new book.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

More from Paris:





images combined from travels.
like no other.
...
remembering things past

Friday, September 02, 2005

Stay afloat. in the disaster of life !



SINK OR SWIM ? is the catch phrase...

Do we really like things pre-packaged and simple... as the media presents it to us, via commercial ?
Is life to be a constant evolution of marginalization ?
And to what end and to whos pockets go the winnings ?

Katrina-hurrican of humanity