Sometimes inspiration comes from the most unexpected places—son playing shadow puppets with dragon, husband with… Read more
Face2Face— A Trump Resistance Movement website is now live! If you are looking for a volunteer… Read more
We just finalized the printing for this beautiful set of CDs for Neill of StoryBook Records. This… Read more
It’s been some time in the making, but we finally launched our new site! This curation of… Read more
I am proud and now humbled to be working with Andrew Lustig, Founder and President of Global Outreach Doctors — an organization that is on-the-ground in Kathmandu, Nepal conducting search and rescue and providing medical aid to villages and surrounding areas.
A favorite author and a favorite designer all in one…thanks for this lovely gift Robert…. Read more
One thing that is fascinating about older countries and cultures is their dedication to craft… Read more
The following is a list of readings, articles and influences on the subject of design… Read more
The remodel of my Grandmother’s farmhouse was completed in November of 2013. Built in approximately… Read more
Design Love ~ coupon designed by Robert for Renee, good for world travel companion, anywhere,… Read more
There are two Talking Heads songs that pretty much describe the state of the nation… Read more
You don’t have to read the whole thing…it’s just a thought… We’re thinking of renaming… Read more
I find it curious that there doesn’t seem to be anyone within these failed businesses… Read more
Highway 50 heading east, near the Utah border.
We’ve been wondering about this recently. :) via xkcd: ISO 8601.
thoughts on Forbidden spheres | Restricted Data Once you decide that something is so dangerous that… Read more
One of the things that I love about photography is that it freezes a moment… Read more
Growing up, my favorite thing on our elementary school playground was the massively tall (for… Read more
start: Jim Beam Rye; of which a Cuyam wine goes to last week? probably 2… Read more
“Trying to strengthen the petroleum-oriented infrastructure is folly when we find ourselves at the end of petroleum’s capability for economic vitality.”
“We’re all nervous about saying this was illegal because of our fears about the marketplace. To the extent we want to try to publicly stop this, we’re going to be gumming up some important deals.”
Rincon Colorado. It’s got a nice ring to it. You’ve gotta love the obscure names that… Read more
So how do you even become an engaged citizen?
getting from one place to another with your head still on
Traveling to NYC in early spring is pretty great. Having friends and family there at… Read more
The advice I like to give young artists, or really anybody who’ll listen to me,… Read more
Overall there are hints of this even today (the article below is from Nov. 2008),… Read more
Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without. Land/lot for sale… Read more
start: as a liason for this: The Living Principles which leads to: needing to do a… Read more
I’ve always found scenes like these horribly disturbing. I’m even slightly sorry that I posted… Read more
is there such a thing as a nomadic website? as in: the steppes of Siberia… Read more
Commonly used insecticides, claimed to be safe and approved by the EPA, are being banned in other parts of the world after seeing the effects on bee populations. What will it take for the United States to wake up?
you know the coupon mailers and junk flyers that arrive in your mailbox? have you… Read more
start: was winter still. of couch and new puppy that made couch smell of puppy or… Read more
If you don’t know much about Leonard Peltier, I’d encourage you to read as much… Read more
curated hunts for modern art/illustration
what does it mean for a country to join NATO? as in several former Soviet… Read more
Another intriguing article on peak oil over at energybulletin.net makes me wonder when this concept… Read more
I’ve been hunting for what I thought was one of the School House Rock Saturday… Read more
Stanislaw Lem is one of my favorite science fiction authors. One of the many things… Read more