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New article up for the Boston Hassle, covering Tree AKA Tremaine Jackson’s album ‘Trap Genius’: “Tackling topics close to home, Johnson’s music is lyrically heavy, switching back and forth between protest and self-indulgence…Johnson’s music is deeply rooted in his community, illuminating others on the outside about gang violence, drug abuse, and the struggle of combating […]
This just in via the 6 o’clock news, kids are smoking Smarties. Yep, those relics of yesteryear that were once the embodiment of happy childhood memories have been corrupted…And I blame you Candy Cigarettes and Pixy Stix! Oh, and this ——-> bored kid. THIS IS WHY WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS! Baby Sarah is very […]
Okay, okay, okay so I’m a terrible blogger. I don’t regularly post things as they occur and my posts are sometimes few and far between but bear with me as I play catch-up! Christmas-y things 0f 2013: a visit to the National Shrine of La Salette in Attleboro, MA; RISD Catering crew goes ham at holiday […]
Microbangs, December 2013. Today I taught some RISD students how to play a proper game of ARTWAR! Super Charlie made an interesting first move with a “vomiting man.” Well, practice makes perfect… But, more on that later.
Artistically speaking, I’ve recently developed and obligated myself to the Go Big or Go Home (Again!) Theory. I’ve been kicking around some ideas for work for some time now but have lacked the time, space, energy, and/or funds to create. This is nothing new but it’s not impossible and I’ve had opportunities in the past […]
Featured: Pin Productions’ Music and Art Festival vendor table, InfoWars, “This looks like Prada in Marfa, Texas…”, a birthday, kittens, St. Joseph’s Church of the Good Shepherd Holiday Bazaar vendor table, Chris Cornell at The Vets, cool Thanksgiving pictures taken by little kids (edited by SS).
…And a hammer under your pillow. This Halloween season equaled carving fruits and vegetables, cookies for friends, and a homemade Day of the Dead costume, (which unfortunately due to time constraints was sans skull face paint). :'(
Yeah, I had fun…and I went a little too far whilst practicing technique on this little pumpkin. I wanted to see how I could cut into it, what the paint would look like dried on the skin, etc. Suffice it to say, the final product is something I can only deem a ‘Christmas Pumpkin’ (not […]