I've been meaning to take part in this Daily Grind phenomena wherein you photograph and document a typical day. I keep forgetting, however, as I am not awake until I am out of the house and with coffee in hand. Unfortunately I can't really claim last Friday as typical, since there was a snowstorm and […]
A vague reference to the new Never Sleep Book. This is a blog post about Bud Rodecker. He works at 3st. I live with him and his knockoff Modernist furniture. I’ve been going to the office for the past few weeks doing some basic freelance for Thirst. It’s been an excellent learning experience. Especially discovering […]
It's 7:30 and I've very nearly polished off a bottle of champagne by myself. This temporary working situation makes me more tired and in need of liquor than I'd like. On the positive side, it also makes me more productive. I've done more drawing, more painting, more writing, more digital fuckery, and more film stuff […]
I've finally begun my massive film project. I even came up with a pretentious name! Cinemanesis is a portmanteau of cinema and anamnesis. Anamnesis has a couple different definitions: 1. the recollection or remembrance of the past; reminiscence. 2. recollection of the Ideas, which the soul had known in a previous existence, esp. by means […]
Monster Father, originally uploaded by tofu mugwump. Had my dad been Wes Anderson, I would probably respond to his e-mails more often.
Sometimes you just want to sit inside on a cold November day drinking coffee, listening to Modest Mouse, and thinking about all the shit from high school that seemed so important once but is gone now. And you want that place you're sitting to be the home you grew up in with Thanksgiving around the […]
Dear god. Getting drunk and looking at profiles on gay dating sites makes me angry.
This is unedited and drawn from something I made three years ago. I just shit out the past three years. “I am trying to describe the people in our quarter, not for the mere curiosity, but, because they are all part of the story.” George Orwell, Down and Out in Paris and London Some working […]
1. Watched the film version of the amazing Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which I read for the first time three years ago when I was down and out in Paris and London and also reading Down and Out in Paris and London. 2. Watched the Elevator Repair Service perform Gatz, a six hour unabridged […]
and I should probably start shading more with paint and outlining less. Or just keep going for this. It’s cute and cartoony.