Thursday, March 29, 2007


A mind wanders seeking purchase.

Eventually, taking pause, it admits to no one but itself that it cannot complete the task it has set for itself.

For the mind knows the paradox that exists in needing to take a journey into the unknown to reveal what is needed.

And yet it desperately chooses, again and again, to leap from the safety of past knowledge, fully exposed, into the unknowable emptiness of new experience to find that which it does not know.

And then, upon emerging different, changed and new the mind sets about again to wander. To seek purchase of that which was not there before; knowing all along that which is sought is cannot be found. It can only be created melding new with old to create new.

It is the only way to grow. To learn. To create. To be.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Happy Birthday Bro!

Here's hoping this year delivers more high quality photos! Happy Birthday Kev.


Friday, March 16, 2007

Submit Your Own Caption

One of the girls put these two figures together on top of their Fischer Price Ocean Club playhouse. I wonder what conversation they imagined them having. Looks like a confrontation to me. What do you think they might be talking about or saying to each other?


Sunday, March 11, 2007

Le Grand Content

Just watch. You will enjoy.


Wednesday, March 07, 2007

I Human. These Robots.

When I watch the clip I don't see a machine. I see something that looks like it is moving on its own... making decisions. Scary.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Quick Logo Design Project

Rod emailed me last Thursday asking if I could put together a logo for his son/my nephew/my godson's Chess Club. How could I refuse? The school mascot is a viking, though the club is not officially sponsored by the school - which allowed for a little creative freedom to play around with some viking related ideas.

Here's the logo I did over the weekend. Had to dig out an old copy of Illustrator and load it up on an old G4 tower in classic mode to use it. It was my first logo design since college. And yes, I used pencil and paper first. I may have a computer, but I never start a design/painting/illustration on the computer. I'm old school, baby. I think it turned out okay.