Here’s one of the snowman ornaments I made sometime in year’s past. I can’t remember when. The premise of the design was that this unfortunate, little snowman was built on the top of a hill. Now it’s at the bottom. So sad.
Cross-country flight today, seated next to a young girl, 6 1/2 years old (not 6 or 6 1/4, but 6 1/2. Very important) and her mom. She didn’t have anything to do, so I gave her my sketchbook to color in
Beck, my nine year old son, liked my first attempt at writing Haiku and wanted to write some together. I suggested we eat candy and play video games instead, but he forced me to sit on the floor and write with
What do you do if your ceiling is high but you want your lights to hang low? Get longer cords, obviously. Unless the word “simple” isn’t in your vocabulary, that is. In which case, you call your friendly local metal fabricator. After
If you ever get to Paris, put down your glass of wine and hoof it over to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Ride the metro, hail a cab or build a small jetpack out of fire extinguishers if you need to, but just
It’s all in the details… and materials… and lighting… and design. Yes, modern can be romantic.
You can’t always get what you want, But if you try sometimes, you might find, You get what you need. – some band from the sixties – The only computer in my high school was a punch-card computer. Believe it or not,
While randomly thumbing through one of my sketchbooks, I came across this little drawing. I didn’t recognize it at first, then realized it was my initial concept sketch for a mountain home in Montana. I guess it bears some resemblance.