It was my first time at The Red Sea. I went there to see Blue Magick (also for the first time), my friend Dan’s band. The two drawings below were made in a low light conditions while eating a tasty Kitfo Sandwich and drinking Red Stripe. Click to enlarge.
This song has been in my head all day. I finally decided to find it online. Here it is: It’s called ‘Солнечный круг’ (Solar Cycle). It’s better known to many as ‘Пусть всегда будет солнце!’ (May There Always Be Sunshine). It’s an anti-war song. If you grew up in Eastern Europe (or at least
The Blog is an immature medium. The Blog is a collaborative medium by the virtue of existing on the internet. It’s hard to imagine a Blog that is hermetically self-sufficient. Its nature is to be linked-to or to link-elsewhere. In fact the Blog is a reminder that writing, in general, is a collaborative act.
Doodle Dump™ returns after a brief hiatus. This time all drawings come from a sketchbook which had been on display at the Minnesota Museum of American Art (which has been hit hard by the economic downturn) during the Hot Ink show. Some sketches from this book appeared in MOME 10 alongside my interview. I
Most of these books haven’t actually been published in 2008. But, I read them in 2008 so they’re here. The Red Atlantis by J. Hoberman. It’s been less than 20 years since the collapse of the Soviet Union and it’s cultural output already resembles impenetrable artifacts from an ancient lost civilization. This book is