I have seen much of Seph Lawless’ photographic work of abandoned malls in the United States, and as many times as I’ve seen the images, I’m still fascinated and drawn to their eeriness. … More Why Abandoned Malls Haunt Me
When people create art and offer it, in whatever capacity, to the public (generally in our time, through social media) it is because they are wishing for their art to be acknowledged. There is something within the artist that desires for people to engage with their creative endeavor. This stems from the belief that a … More A Plea for Those Who Create
http://http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/dec/23/japanese-bookshop-stocks-only-one-book-at-a-time A fascinating approach to the difficulty of selling books in the e-book and online ordering time in which we find ourselves.
I’m going to venture from my standard blog theme of travel and photography a talk about Chris Squire and my relation to his passing, for isn’t that what blogs are for, talking about yourself and your relation to the larger world? For those unfamiliar with who Chris Squire was, he was the self-taught bassist and … More The Passing of Chris Squire