Selling a book or a board is a cool way to have your art appreciated, but when that appreciation comes from another artist, especially one of Jennifer’s stature, then you know you’re not wasting your time with those books, those drawings, those photographs.
Thank you, Jenn…I feel both humbled and proud.
The video interview at Cafe Loka was shot by my bestie, Stephanie Durelle, under gruelling circumstances…I wouldn’t stay still.
Wherein man and dog, in spite of everything that points to their unlikeliness as bonafide man and dog, are suddenly thrust off the path of adventure and new meanings and into the streets to face the essence of disappointment.
This is genuine gutter adventure and may not be appropriate for any audience.
Wherein the path-traveling duo stumble into a path scarier even than the deep dark scary woods, a path haunted by the spaces between things.
WARNING: Some antics in this episode my be unsettling for those with normal minds. Proceed with caution. Or just close your eyes and just press a bunch of buttons and stuff on your keyboard. Works for me.