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One thing I need to divorce myself of in 2014 – and to the extent I have any real influence, I would want other artists to as well – is the belief that the now ubiquitous act of studying the changing attitudes and behavior of a society when it comes to how they do or … Continue reading The year of doing, not thinking.
Today Life & Thyme released a new film documenting the winemaking process at The Grade Cellars in Napa Valley. As usual, Ben and Antonio knocked it out of the park. Oh, and I tried Grade’s ’09 Cab Sauvignon with Thanksgiving dinner this year. It’s a bit on the pricey side, but absolutely worth it. Click … Continue reading
After months, and months, and months, we’ve finally released the eight issue of Proxart Magazine, featuring Damien Jurado, Sean Pecknold, PAPA, Imogene & Willie, Poketo, Alex Eben Meyer, Colin Martin, Ian Schneller, Ryan Booth, and Devin Asaro. Clocking in at over 100 pages, this is our longest magazine by 32. I’m sure I’ll have more … Continue reading #PM8
The new Proxart site is live at Proxart.co. I couldn’t be happier with the design and functionality of this website. New magazine tomorrow. Continue reading http://proxart.co
I read a lot of books, a lot of blogs, a lot of email, and I follow a lot of people on Twitter. But it’s been a long time since I’ve read anything, in any format, that’s as good as David Bayles’ and Ted Orland’s book, Art and Fear. I’ve certainly never read a book about making art this … Continue reading Art and Fear: If I could quote the whole book, I would.
First: To be truly simple, you have to go really deep. For example, to have no screws on something, you can end up having a product that is so convoluted and so complex. The better way is to go deeper with the simplicity, to understand everything about it and how it’s manufactured. You have to … Continue reading Design Means?