Friday, March 16, 2007


Boston is supposed to be hit with a major snowstorm -- so I'm going to see if I can track the rising chaos. Or show the encroaching grey as rainy slush melts boringly on the ever-wetter pavement. In any case -- here's a shot from Cambridge at noon:

Oops! That's not Cambridge, it's my facemates Ruth and Dashe, with their sea monkeys! Ruth is being cute, and Dashe is holding Andre Dawson. The sea monkeys are crowned with a yellow Peep. Back to the presnow:

Two o'clock picture:

Three o'clock picture:

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Rendering Fun of the Day

This picture is a model / rendering I did for a Japanese architecture class; it's a 1954 house by an architect named Seike. After rendering the model, I decided it needed a Japanese Barbie to really bring out the best features of the work.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

From Storr, "Music and the Mind"

"People usually complain that music is so ambiguous that it leaves them in such doubt as to what they are supposed to think, whereas words can be understood by everyone. But to me it seems exactly the opposite." -- Felix Mendelssohn

"Poetry proper is never merely a higher mode (melos) of everyday language. It is rather the reverse: everyday language is a forgotten and therefore used-up poem, from which there hardly resounds a call any longer." -- Heidegger

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Friday, March 2, 2007