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Posted on May 29, 2012

Fireside, ©MMXII

The night is dark and full of terrors


Harrow – Boardwalk Empire

Posted on January 30, 2012

Harrow, ©MMXII

I'd like to think that Richard Harrow and Frida Kahlo would have been friends.

Harrow's only respite is collaging a better life for himself out of other men's dreams.

"Sometimes I forget what I look like. Then I pass a mirror and I remember. I stare sometimes at my face and I can't recall who I was before. It occured to me: the basis of fiction is that people have some sort of connection with each other, but they don't." -Richard Harrow, "Boardwalk Empire"


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Raven of the North – Snowcrash

Posted on December 26, 2011

Raven of the North, ©MMXI

"Poor Impulse Control", states his forehead prison tattoo.

This piece features one of my favorite antagonists in fiction, Raven, from Neal Stephenson's novel "Snow Crash".

"Raven: an Aleut harpoon master whose motorcycle's sidecar packs a nuke wired to go off should he ever be killed. Raven has never forgiven the U.S. for the way they handled the Japanese invasion of the Aleutian Islands or for the nuclear testing on Amchitka." - wiki

Arctic-highway Blues

Further Reading: "Snow Crash"


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Tin Soldier

Posted on October 10, 2011

Tin Soldier, ©MMXI



( Go Team Venture! )


“Academia” – the infographic

Posted on August 18, 2011

From time-to-time, people ask me why I'm not in grad-school chasing a PHD with my ideas and interest in history:

Academia Infographic

Listening to my friends' stories of the gauntlet they're stuck in, I think I'm happy still enjoying my knowledge and making art. If you've got $60-grand to spot me, I'm might take the plunge someday 😛


Lesson in random etiquette #924: Never ask a student how grad-school is going unless you are paying for it.


Palliativity 133: Nostalgia and the Myth of Memory

Posted on August 11, 2011

Sometimes 4 repeating images can sum-up an entire generation.

The resurgence of the animated gif astounds me…

In a world of HD, subtle can still be celebrated.


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