Let's get one thing straight from the outset, Japan isn't quite as weird as everyone thinks. There are of course, a series of slightly obscure, lightly twisted elements to culture here, there are fetishes, news stories, interesting and unique services, ...Read More
Ideas, thoughts and discussion on art, and examples of my own works
Just read and watch then watch the video below: "That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of ...Read More
Japan, I was there, on the ground for 15 days, and there would have been a time, in the not so distant past, where I would have attempted to delve deep and go a little Gonzo with my write up ...Read More
So, I've needed to blog for a while, and I've thought of a few different things I want to get out at the moment, but one thing that I just want to think about and have a bit of a ...Read More
Now, unfortunately, due to illness I was unable to make a screener of The Social Network, a new film by David Fincher, which follows the progression and success of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, but that's not to say ...Read More
- Written by Richard Galbraith.
- Posted on October 15, 2010.
A slightly delayed Monday Muse, but never-the-less, that doesn't take away from the man that I'm about to talk about, in illustrator and designer Zach Johnsen. I first came across Zach's work when I was scouting for collaborators for Concrete Operational, ...Read More
Slightly delayed starred inspiration this week, only due to illness earlier in the week and considerable amount of work work to be getting on with. Some great highlights include, the amazing You Were In My Dream website, and Stephen King ...Read More
It's national poetry day, and I just had to post this. Enjoy. Gie him strong drink until he wink,That's sinking in despair;An' liquor guid to fire his bluid,That's prest wi' grief and care:There let him bouse, an' deep carouse,Wi' bumpers flowing ...Read More
Let me introduce you to the art of Jeremy Geddes. Similar to last week’s Neil Kellerhouse, Jeremy isn’t necessarily a life time inspiration in the way that someone of the stature that Jenny Holzer or Hunter S Thompson is, but ...Read More
Now I came across Neil Kellerhouse the way I come across a lot of awesome creative inspiration, via Kitsune Noir. However, normally, as great as the work is that I find on there, most of it can be book marked ...Read More