James Howard Kunstler is great to listen to. I first saw him in the documentary "The End of Suburbia" Even if you think his ideas on peak oil are a little extreme, he's very funny to listen to.
He has a very good weekly podcast in which he talks for twenty minutes on a specific subject, you can find it here
here is his website
He's also a painter
Friday, June 20, 2008
Monday, June 16, 2008
For the New York Times over the weekend. For a story about the Tony award nominees sharing a feel good quality, taking tough topics and giving them an easy to swallow/made for TV feel. I really wanted to avoid doing a visual that plays off all the usual Broadway cliches, curtains, lights, stages...etc....I took some of the writers words, and turned it into a soothing ointment.
( click the picture to see full size )
Friday, June 6, 2008
I have been enjoying Chenard Walcker's music lately. Completely made from sampled/collaged music.Very high quality, and free!
Here is the link to music.
One of my favorites
Info from the site:
"Chenard Walcker is a French samplecore artist layering large slabs of pop music, obscure funk, soundtracks, etc. The site offers many albums worth of material as free downloads, as an anti-copyright stance. He also publishes the Free Sample Zone, which is all his material under several monikers...."
Now the sad news:
Chenard Walker a friend of the online music world, is slowly recovering from a diabetic coma. His brother reports that he is not physically suffering. He fell into the coma in September, and is now working on speech development and object differentiation( 2006 )