I designed the cover of the 10th anniversary e-book edition of Brian Doherty’s history of Burning Man, This is Burning Man: The Rise of a New American Underground.
I used a copyright-free image of cracked desert floor, and superimposed the partial ring shape of the Burning Man festival map as though it were sunlight focused by a magnifying glass.
Acrylic on canvas board, 16″x20″.
Dresden from the Right Bank of the Elbe, above the Augustusbrucke. Oil on masonite, 7.5″x10″. Audio from Daniel Dennet’s “Magic of Consciousness” presentation.
Detail (second image) after Bellotto’s
(This was a submission for Andrew Sullivan’s “View From Your Window” Contest)
The view is of buildings overlooking Puerto Vallarta’s Malecon. It’s of a special spot too; a pivotal location in a great movie that helped put Vallarta on the map and gave it a place in Hollywood romance lore.
Portland Oregon, I think “That’s surf music”. I had to set some Southern California beach imagery to it. I shot these photos at San Onofre, because what day at the beach is complete without attack helicopter fly-bys and a nuclear reactor?
Whenever I hear the opening minute of Loretta Lynn and Jack White’s duet
Gap ad with Juliette Lewis and Daft Punk. There’s something very genuine about Lewis’ performance, movements, and expressions — it seems like she was having fun making the ad, and it comes through. Watching the Beyonce video Single Ladies, with its trio of dancers and simple backdrop, it struck me that these two videos need mashing.
I really like the