How do people deal with endings, and beginnings, and then endings again? Apparently approaches do vary. Some peoples’ brains implode just thinking about living on a little planet in a spiral arm of the Milky Way, while others prefer … Continue reading Let us Spray . . .
There seems to be quite a bit of angst-in-need-of-aspirin amongst the street artists of London. As one would expect, the general response to this urban malaise begins with a modicum of empathy and compassion. But that glimmer of empathy quickly … Continue reading Despondancy, Despair and Aspirin
“Once more into the fray – Into the last good fight I’ll ever know – Live and die on this day.” Liam Neeson, The Grey. This week, while standing on a sidewalk in Oahu’s Chinatown, I spotted a long and narrow alley. Just … Continue reading Yes, take me . . .
As an unrepentant street art-aholic I admit to two things. The first step is that I will go almost anywhere to find urban artwork and the second is that where I start my mission around ten a.m. is rarely where I … Continue reading HANG-UP and hang out