Sunday, October 10, 2010



Someday, you will see that your fears were a hologram.

It would be terrible to live in a hologram world and tell yourself it is reality. The better option is to see the hologram for what it is, a hologram. Artists will paint pictures about it, musicians will sing about it, and writers will weave a story around it, to make clear the distinction between reality and non-reality. Therein, the attraction.


If we are really this fragile, let us break! And then there will be something new again.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Pencil v. Camera

glorious! his own version of adding to the photo, via pencil sketch

by Ben Hein

Sunday, October 3, 2010

lovers who uncover

Today, Virginia was for wine-lovers, apple-lovers and fall-lovers! A trip to the west with friends to gather apples was the best way to spend an October day.

Carter Mountain, Jefferson Vineyard, Carytown Burgers

Saturday, October 2, 2010

first fridays spotlight- josh george

Got to see some amazing stuff this past Friday at Ghostprint gallery by Josh George. I love the innovative use of materials, the paint, and the grittiness. He mixes in cloths, bits of paper and wallpaper, patterned fabrics and other assorted materials with his paint to get a dramatic and memorable effect.