Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Rollerblading is not a crime!!!!

Fucking epic. 71 year old rollerblader fined for just trying to get down and nasty on the rollerboots. Peep game suckas.

Can't keep a blader down.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2009/02/25/kachroo.uk.rollerblader.itn

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Tim Ward is a diamond in the rough.






Tim is by far one of the best humans that I know. I have known of Tim for many moons. Apparently he didn't like me @ first because I picked on Bart too much. Understandable.

Last year Tim and I spent the better part of two months together driving across the country with a bunch of loony birds. So many awesome memories. Watching hours of real life crime shows and being afraid to go outside afterwards, our 10 minutes of extreme gambling, paper planes out of hotel windows, hanging out with hookers, field trips, 2 on 3 basketball in Joplin, hanging out on crab boats.

If any of you get the chance to spend months with Tim on the road I would highly recommend it. Tim is a hell of a traveling partner, and he is an amazingly talented colorer.

Pretty much Tim is rad.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

new photo project






These are all photo collages that I have been doing using an overhead projector. I shot them all with my Mamiya C33 on Ilford 3200 delta, printed on Ilford warm toned fiber paper, then scanned the prints and digitally printed them an made them into acrylic lift transparencies that I mounted on 8x8 inch pieces of Baltic Birtch.

Blah Blah Blah. I'm hoping to add 5 more images to these 5 to make an even 10 to put up somewhere, but I will probably flake out.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Don't make em like this anymore.



“If you play more than two chords, you're showing off.”-Woody Guthrie

Saturday, February 7, 2009

visual cornfusion #63


Here is a photo from my newest photo project I began last week. I have been stepping out of my little photo comfort zone of shooting pinholes. Playing with photo collages is pretty fun and helps me zone out of reality for a few hours a day. This image is pretty busy and maybe a bit confusing visually, but I like to look @ it, maybe you do too.

This is from a negative scan. Shot with a Mamiya c33 on Ilford Delta 3200.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

through and through and through, but I'm starting again tomorrow.





This is a little series that I am hoping to build on in the next few weeks. I got some new ideas, new glass, and on the look out for a new projector. All of these images were scanned from prints on Ilford warm toned fiber.