Modern Hobo by Eva

Ok, I made up the title, but I totally see a Picasso-esque man in this drawing carrying a hobo stick over his shoulder. What do you see?

Family Portrait by Ella

I asked Ella to draw my our family – left to right is Eva, Ella, Mom and Dad. Of course, she had to be persuaded into including little Eva. I found it interesting that she drew the hair first – who does that? I think my beard is awesome.

Bregenzer Festspiele

Check out this incredible floating stage on Lake Constance in Bregenz, Austria. The Bregenzer Festspiele (Bregenz Festival) has become renowned for its unconventional staging of shows. Verdi’s opera, “A Masked Ball” in 1999, featured a giant book being read by a skeleton. See more images of this and other grand stages they have used at […]

Album: Banksy Graffiti Art

Banksy is a mysterious European graffiti artist that does amazing work with paint and stencils on urban walls. His graffiti depicts witty political messages of peace and anti-consumerism. Ever since watching Exit Through the Gift Shop I have been fascinated by his work. It is amazing just how beautiful many of his paintings are, while […]

Album: January 30, 2011

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Album: Lots of snow…

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Get Well Grandma Shirley

Here is Ella’s Get Well Card for Grandma Shirley:

Extremity I by Emilio Gomariz

By Spanish industrial designer and art director Emilio Gomariz.

James Franco is a busy and bizarre man

I just read a crazy article about James Franco, the actor, artist, student, etc. Here is the “busy” part, I couldn’t believe his ridiculous academic ambitions while still working on both tv and movies: As soon as Franco finished at UCLA (graduating in just 2 years), he moved to New York and enrolled in four […]

Alex Pardee paints a demonic Steve Urkel

I had seen the image a few times, but had never seen this timelapse video of its creation – very cool. I love the “Did I do that?” pose. Here is more personal artwork done by San Francisco artist Alex Pardee »