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Trapezoids

Trapezoids are in my brain, I have been referring to them in my most recent series of paintings and drawings. I like the balanced imbalance of the trapezoids and how they are made of symmetrical triangles which can be dissected and rearranged into patterns of infinite possibilities. Turns out under the inclusive definition, all parallelograms Read more

New perspective on wild burro ecology

Wild burros digging wells in the Sonoran desert, being using used by several other species. My Friend Erick Lundgren is doing research on the value of the wild Burros. To find out more info and access his paper go here. In brief: Wild introduced burros dig wells of more than a meter deep to reach subterranean Read more

Solace String Theory Shirts

  Solace String Theory T Shirts from Des Artistes Des Artistes is an eco-conscious line of conceptual tees created in collaboration with notable and emerging artists. The t-shirt works as a canvas to inspire and explore the human spirit. The collection reflects a creative mindset that’s fueled by art, showcasing artists from a broad range of Read more

Katharina Grosse

  katharina grosse is bad ass Read more

Spomenik – Kozara Monuments from Yugoslavia

During the 1960s and 70s, thousands of monuments commemorating the Second World War called ‘Spomeniks’ were built throughout the former Yugoslavia; striking monumental sculptures, with an angular geometry echoing the shapes of flowers, crystals, and macro-views of viruses or DNA. In the 1980s the Spomeniks still attracted millions of visitors from the Eastern bloc; today Read more

setting up the shot

I loved setting this up, working in the forest is my first choice any day. There’s a favorite path of mine deep in the Idaho woods where I try to make sense of the simultaneous existence of New York City and a forest canopy – when I am in New York, I imagine what the Read more

stars under the lid

Stars Under The Lid by Carrie Marill & Michael Lundgren This piece was installed by Carrie Marill and Matthew Moore in the forest of Clearwater, Idaho during the summer of 2010. The picture was shot by Michael Lundgren with a 4×5 camera at dusk. The intention was to create a starry night sky under a Read more

simultaneous existence

when the hustle of home and city get to be too much, I tap back into  places like this. Read more