I arrived early for a meeting and took a quick walk through Buena Vista Park. While wandering around taking pictures with my cell phone, I saw three men pushing a Ganesh statue up the hill on a
Book of the Week
Still enamoured with the Symmetricam function on my Andriod FX Camera ap. These images were shot around the Mission one early Saturday morning. Coptic bound with black pages..
These two dancers and a violin player improvised their way through UN Plaza during the San Francisco Art Market a couple of times while I was selling blank books. A long stitch book with heavy fibrous
Close up photos of my most recent sketchbook mounted onto black interior pages. Coptic bound with wrapped davey board covers.
A series of photographs taken early one rainy morning in the Mission. I always love the way that the rain makes everything brighter and shinier. A coptic bound book with ink jet photos mounted on
A coptic bound book with some wabi sabi photographs of rust and grime. The covers are wrapped in crumpled craft paper and the endpages resemble old wallpaper.
I downloaded this fun tool called IOGraph that visualizes your work as your mouse moves around the screen. These black scribbles are the results of work over the week. The book is coptic bound and the
The images in this coptic bound book are all taken with the FX Camera application on my Andriod phone. I was dismissive of the symmetricam feature and then fell in love with the kaleidoscopic patterns
While participating in the SF Art Market at UN Plaza, I was mesmerized by the sheer amount of stuff caught in the drainage grate. Gum and other trash was joined by lots of Phillips head screws and