Future city.

Future city.

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Jul 22

Some things.

Some things.

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Jul 16

Poster! Giuliano Biagetti’s 1969 desert island fashion shoot of a deadly game, Interrabang. That’s gold paper, the original actually glistens (hmm, I wonder if I could make this a gif somehow).
Playing at the Spectacle this Thursday, July 17, and once more Tuesday, July 29.

Poster! Giuliano Biagetti’s 1969 desert island fashion shoot of a deadly game, Interrabang. That’s gold paper, the original actually glistens (hmm, I wonder if I could make this a gif somehow).

Playing at the Spectacle this Thursday, July 17, and once more Tuesday, July 29.


Copic ink bleed.

Copic ink bleed.

Jul 12

I had to reverse engineer another song for work a few weeks ago, and was surprisingly pleased with the results. This is the modified version that hopefully hides those origins somewhat so that I can post it here.

20 plays

Biking to the rockaways without streetlights (thanks to the new offshore fracking pipeline.)


Fort Tilden, vacant.


Pleasure Beach.


AGI warehouse, Bridgeport.


Miscellaneous Bridgeport, Connecticut.


So TEDMed decided to announce the speakers for their fall sessions via film, and somehow I found myself inverting furniture and friends all April and May in order to make a film for the “Turn It Upside Down Session”. And here, at last, it is! Thanks everyone who helped me on this, you were all invaluable. And here are all the sessions/films.


Things I Actually Do For Work: rapidly editing (mostly from 4am to 9am last friday) a short doc on neurochemistry and the World Cup for Imagine Science Films and PopSci.


The Diaphanous Zaph. 

The Diaphanous Zaph. 


Ordinary houses and forests, Spring 2014.
(We picked up some Copic markers a while back, which are a little bit in evidence in this larger triskelion version.)

Ordinary houses and forests, Spring 2014.

(We picked up some Copic markers a while back, which are a little bit in evidence in this larger triskelion version.)


Condemned apartments in the block of the old 5 Pointz complex of Long Island City. We knew that 5 Pointz itself was going, of course, part of the continual and rapid development of the former industrial spaces all over LIC, but it looks like the entire block is slated for demolition and conversion to twin condo towers and new retail space, former homes and all. This is what remains of those, after apparently passing through the hands of squatters since the original residents left.



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