Given the recent craptastic bout of Anarchist spray can screeds around the Central District, it was refreshing to see this stunning wheat paste down on 8th and Jackson.
A sixty mile out and back to take a look at “Dead”, a small exhibit on the rise of the undertakers. That’s how we roll around here.
When you resolve to write more love letters, it’s nice to have exquisite paper to do it on. Karacho’s woodblock-printed paper in unlike anything else I’ve written on.
Sacred deer, Japanese pizza, amazing sculpture along with really big and really old temples: Nara. Given short shift in the guidebooks, I would have gladly stayed a few more days.
With surprisingly little graffiti in Jerusalem, the Arabic Quarter of the Old City was filled with religious stencils.
Looking at art instead of thinking about making it in NYC.
The Frye Museum’s “The Puppet Show” is Seattle’s summer art show not to miss.
A foggy morning spin through Volunteer Park.
Custom Framing is not cheap, but if you love your art (and marriage promises in this case), I’d highly recommend the fine folks at Seattle Custom Framing. They’re work is amazing and they’ll find ways to work in your budget.
This movie is from our weekend drive across most of Washington made with a series of still shots. The movie starts shortly after leaving Spokane and stops abruptly in the I-90 tunnel entering Seattle.
A lovely day for a walk through Seattle Art Museum’s Sculpture Park.
Wall at 7th and Flatbush, Brooklyn. This is my kind of project.