Warm nights like this make it so hard for me to go to sleep. I want to stay up and enjoy them. I live for these nights.
OK I was a total exhibitionist in SF, still am . . . just no large audience
Via Washington City Paper
Our friend Max Rippon (aka RIPO) is currently showing these wonderful wood and canvas works focused on his love of type through the lens of thefundamental transience of modern life that we’re all setting goals for upgrades (PHOTOS).
"The basic fact of modern life… ‘All that is solid melts into air.’" - Marshall Berman
We cannot stop. We must move forward. Growth. Expansion. Progress. Evolution. We don’t yearn for less friends, a smaller house, a smaller bank account, less notoriety. The goals we set are for streamlining our upgrades, building on and in turn making obsolete what it was we craved and loved only yesterday.