I read this guy's comics, and they're nutso
October 27, 2010 by jjosh
August 19, 2010 by jjosh
smart, fun and funny
August 8, 2010 by jjosh
it's great to see you. hope you're having a good Monday morning.
July 6, 2010 by jjosh
these are lovely…plus the music helps set a relaxed mood…tranquility…
from today and tomorrow
June 14, 2010 by jjosh
this vid…what a beautiful way to start the week…especially for my sister's LAST WEEK AT HER JOB!!!!! There really is more out there…
May 17, 2010 by jjosh
it's gonna be slim pickens for a little bit yet folks, we're off to the Adairondacks and PA and DC for shooting for the doc, back on Sunday, will resume posting then, don't panic…I will try to keep the pics and good vibes flowing…
meantime, to tide you over here's a picture I made of Tupac's body and Steve Jobs's face.
May 7, 2010 by jjosh
May 4, 2010 by jjosh
Joseph Gordon Levitt, aka the kid from 3rd Rock From the Sun, aka the main guy from Brick, aka by all accounts a pretty awesome guy, turned his camera on the paparazzi and made this short film. It's pretty entertaining…
[from the pretty great DVblog]
April 22, 2010 by jjosh
whoa. the ever-incredible today and tomorrow (thanks AK for hipping me to it), posted these a while back, and I can't stop thinking about them/watching them.
April 15, 2010 by jjosh
here's every picture in MOMA from last saturday…nice idea, simple but requires dedication…watching it makes me feel good, and calm…I wish there weren't any people in the pics though — that one small detail stops it from being really really good…
March 24, 2010 by jjosh
sometimes the links move so fast, and the internet works so quickly and fierce, and I end up emailing things to myself, and then I have no idea how, where or why I came across something…
so here it is…
March 23, 2010 by jjosh
Reverse graffitti, making images by cleaning negative space out of dirt…pretty damn smart…short film (ad) by Doug Pray who did Scratch…
February 20, 2010 by jjosh
this banner was from when Maxine surprised me on my birthday last Fall and took us to see this unbelievable art installation in Beacon, NY called Big Bambu. it was installed in an ENORMOUS old foundry, and consisted of hundreds upon hundreds of bamboo sticks lashed together to form this huge structure. also, you could go up inside it and climb around on it. it was amazing!
and to take it even further, the artists had people climbing up the outside of it constantly untying some of the bamboo poles and moving them down the structure and attaching them at the other end. So it was constantly moving. Sometimes you'd go to climb on a bit, and a pole near you would suddenly, slowly, move.
It's one of the most impressive, conceptual, and amazingly well executed pieces of art I've ever seen.
here's a pic to give you a sense of the hugeness of the whole thing…I've put a label in there so you can tell where I am to give you a sense of the scale…I'm kind of sitting on the edge…
go to the artists' web site about it, they've got videos and all sorts of interesting stuff there…whatta birthday that was…
February 11, 2010 by jjosh
This one is tough to hear, but worth it. It's also a little heavy, so let's have it on a Thursday, with the weekend within arm's reach…
Don't worry too too much about understanding what he's saying, just go along for the ride…Jim Henson was/is amazing…
[thanks to Arthur for this one…]
January 22, 2010 by jjosh
reminds me of government stats…
from the excellent xkcd