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You Are Not Us
October 31, 2011 + 11:15 am = POST #59

Blast from the past

October 31, 2011 + 11:13 am = POST #58

October 26, 2011 + 1:56 pm = POST #57

Black Keys

October 25, 2011 + 5:57 pm = POST #56

Its always exciting to see innovative ways to expanding on a visual identity and or branding to help better accentuate the underlining narrative of the brand itself, which the Walker Art Center has done here.

October 25, 2011 + 2:49 pm = POST #55

Toady after 7 long years of waiting, Bad As Me was released!

October 25, 2011 + 9:42 am = POST #54

October 23, 2011 + 11:24 am = POST #53

Where do you place yourself? I know where I do and I’m not at all happy about it.

Sharon Ann Lee makes some really great points in this episode of Creative Mornings.

October 22, 2011 + 3:59 pm = POST #52

Just got my copy of The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott in the mail.

Captain Scott perished with four of his fellow explorers while returning from the South Pole in March 1912. Until now, the legend of the fatal expedition has been based on diaries and sketches and the celebrated photographs of the expedition’s professional photographer, Herbert Ponting. What has not been recognised is that the principal visual record intended to be left to posterity was provided by Scott himself through his own photography. 109 small silver-gelatin contact prints, 4 inches by 3.25 inches (10 cm x 8 cm) in size and stored in a standard black plastic photograph folder, three to a page.┬áThese photographs were fought over, neglected and then lost for more than half a century.

October 18, 2011 + 6:31 pm = POST #51

A couple pics from my getaway to the Sequoia National Forest. Did the Nelson Trail which was about 8.5 – 9 miles with the summit at around 7500 ft above sea level. Read a bunch of interviews and a couple of the A Book Apart series. Drank some beers with my extreme mountain biking neighbors… more or less pure relaxation until I got home and found out that i had caught a cold. If anyone needs a little R&R the lower part of the campground is open till about the middle of Nov.

October 13, 2011 + 10:59 am = POST #50

Cleon Peterson.