Archive for the 'book' Category


March 18, 2010

this is an interesting site.. you can join up and submit things you would do for $5..

definitely worth a gander -who knows what people may offer to do for $5!


Sweet Station

March 9, 2010

Sweet Station

this website/blog is a SUPERB reference for cool new art. the hard thing with new artists is that it is sometimes difficult to find much information on them. not to mention, there are so many new artists springing up every day. it’s hard to keep track of everything. thank goodness for the internets and things like google where you can simply type in a name and get whatever information you want…

wow. that kinda sounded like an old biddy rant.. i promise to avoid those in the future…

an end to the day…

March 7, 2010

“I snatched my camera from the car and took two quick shots as she seemed to hesitate… As quickly as possible, I shoved the exposed film into the case and reached for a fresh holder. I no sooner had pulled the slide out and got set for another shot than she waved to the crowd below and pushed herself into space. Screams and shouts burst from the horrified onlookers as her body plummeted towards the street. I took a firm grip on myself, waited until the woman passed the second or third story, and then shot.”

say “hi” to project hello!

March 7, 2010

“project hello is an idea and an event intended to provide a platform for denver creatives to get together and expose their work to their peers while also providing context for the community at large to unite, build, and  shape a supportive artistic community in denver”. -project hello

i particularly enjoy the idea of artists helping each other within their community. times as they are, i feel it is important to be able to provide and receive support from others in your field. we are all fighting a tough battle, and with our forces united, we may be able to achieve much more!

for more information on project hello,  visit

the curious incident of the dog in the night-time

March 6, 2010

a novel by Mark Haddon

this book was AWESOME! it was a quick read and it was different from any books i have read before. quick synopsis: this is a story told from the perspective of young boy who has autism. the boy finds his neighbors dog murdered, and tries to solve the mystery of who killed the dog. the book rationalizes the boys thought process and gives the reader a different view of how one might solve problems and go about their everyday life.

you can pick up a copy from for under $.50 + shipping.