Some jobs don’t work out for whatever reason, and this is one of those. However, I like the design, and wanted to post the mock-ups here. » Read on »
We’ve done work together before, and most of it has been for UCB sites. This one is a step up on several fronts. » Read on »
The Cielito Lindo Apartment complex sits across Park Boulevard from me, tucked behind some other buildings. Without knowing where it is, you probably wouldn’t find it. » Read on »
Finally finished giving my lovely and talented wife’s website a redo that’s been a long time coming. Now you can finally see the images on a larger scale, sort them, browse them, and keep up with what she’s doing.
If you’re ever in Pahrump, Nevada (maybe you’re visiting Art Bell, one of the brothels near his place, or just there for a little wine tasting), I suggest you stop by the place with the Free Yard Sale sign out front. I don’t know what that means, either, but he’s got a lot of cool stuff to take pictures of.
Whew – it’s been a few months since I’ve posted any work here. Part of that’s because I’ve been working on finishing off the film (ALMOST THERE!), part of that is because I’ve been too damn busy to document what I’ve been up to. » Read on »
Here we have the cover for the newest Generalissimo Record. » Read on »
Seems like this year I’m going back to working exclusively in black and red.
Here’s the final record by Ovipositor. It’s called Everyone Has Their Tipping Point.
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The Electrical Audio forum is a place I virtually hang out at a lot. It’s a unique place, full of extremely intelligent people from a wide swath of backgrounds.
A few months ago, a group of people from the forum decided to put out a quarterly series of records featuring some of the bands who hang out there. » Read on »
Cartographer are a great band from the bay area and good friends to boot. I designed and printed the sleeve for their latest record, Hats, Capes, Dark Arts. » Read on »
So I’m making a documentary about Michael Yonkers and The Blind Shake. They’ve been collaborating on some great music for a while now, and I decided to document it. » Read on »
Yes it has been a long time since I posted. For someone who spends much of his professional time building blogs and encouraging those for whom he builds them to post actively and often, taking almost 2 months off between posts is not good form. I’ve, uh, been busy. Do as I say, not as I do.
As far as I’m concerned, this is the greatest live band going these days. » Read on »
Like autumn leaves, the ground these days is littered with political mailers for local campaigns. Let’s take a look, shall we? » Read on »
Another new film about travel. Dig it: » Read on »
I finished another film. Check it out: » Read on »
If you know me, you know how deeply I love and care about Oakland. This is not just where I live, it’s my home. You also probably know how dissatisfied I’ve been with our local government. You may even have been treated to a slobbering hell-in-a-hand-basket rant on the subject (sorry about that). » Read on »
Domino’s Pizza has been trying to convince you that they are no longer a big, insensitive corporation who does a lousy job of creating products and will cut any corner if it benefits the bottom line. Whatever. » Read on »