I'm really getting into image/text design lines. There is something therapeutic about it.
I was on NewbsRadio the Podcast for a bit last week and it was very fun. Fun with three u's. So Fuuun. It is neat how words work sometimes. You can check out their masterful work HERE!
*Prologue: There is some low level game-speak in this that I don't elaborate on. I think it is funny. This is a thank you message. When I first decided to support the Stolley Children's Hospital by playing 24 hours of World of Warcraft (in cahoots with the Extra Life community) I had no idea how … Continue reading Extra Life: 24 hours for the Stollery
A series of shots from the Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo that weren't used in print. My favourites of the misfit children.
100 years ago my aunt had this cigarette rolling machine. I would roll cigarette's for her and my uncle. I was...8 or 9? Anyway, I would pull the tobacco from this can. Jam it into the machine. Slide a filtered paper cylinder on a protuberance. And, like an old school credit card lithographer, I would … Continue reading Rolling smokes
There once was a little boy and he was good. He was happy and loved to smile. His smile made everyone else around him smile. Birds smiled. Trees smiled. Invisible cheese smiled. His smile lit up the world. Well, not the whole world. Gary the rock, he couldn't smile. You see, Gary was a rock, … Continue reading The story of the smiling rock
My favourite pictures make me calm. I get to study them at my own pace. I can come back to them if interrupted. I can make my own decisions. I like pictures. The ones I my head I call ideas. The tangible ones I call art. A word is with a thousand pictures. A beam … Continue reading Calm
The birth of our child is more than just keeping the lovely little human alive, but keeping ourselves sane and compassionate for each other. In the back of my head I keep saying that this has been done before (parenthood) and that we will be stronger for it, and so far we are. We are … Continue reading Babydom