Thursday, April 17, 2008

Lots of updates and fun things. Please read!

I've started collaborating on another blog.
You can find it by going to
Run by fellow artist/goon Alexey Sokolin.
To explain the purpose of the blog, I'll quote Alexey.

The purpose of this blog is to provide a daily dose of the arts, and a window into the creative processes of various disciplines.

The backbone of content will be an exploration of aesthetics in human-built structures (the “nature” of urban life) through photography. As we build momentum, there will be additional perspectives from visual artists, musicians, writers, film makers, dancers, and anyone creative excited by the Urban Aesthete vision. We are interested in how the city inspires us, and how that inspiration turns to artwork.

The meta-concept is for both contributers and readers to discover extraordinary details in ordinary noise, potentially through interaction with each other. Collaboration, mashing, and critique are all highly encouraged. While this concept is nothing new, we believe that it is fundamentally valuable, and as good a mission statement as any.

As such, my first post can be found there.

I'll post weekly, to bi-weekly but I hope many of you choose to go there frequently. His photography and thoughts are just as unique as they are beautiful and I'm incredibly happy to be working with him.

The first song off of Days Run Away XI: Sunday.

And on another note, thank you to all the goons who've helped support my project and my music. For hosting torrents and compressing the files and, in all, making it easier for everyone to get. I can't thank you enough, it really means a lot.

1 comment:

Alexey said...

Thanks for the kind words. Look forward to making something awesome together.


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