- DUMBO, Brooklyn
I went to the opening of RobotsWillKill + Friends art show at myplasticheart, last Friday night, July 13th. The art will be up until August 13th. All works of art are for sale.I got there around a quarter to open and joined the community of artist and art lovers that wrapped around the corner of … Continue reading RobotsWillKill + Friends @ myplasticheart Art Show
Sustainability. Sustainability. Sustainability. The goal of every creator. To be able to sustain our selfish desire to share our creation with the world.
"What made you ... talk to me? I asked. "What makes me so special?" "Nothing," he responded [...]
The Rebel's Silhouette: Selected Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, translated by Agha Shahid Ali. I got this volume of select poems on loan from a friend. One of the features I thought was cool when I borrowed it, was that this translated edition contains Faiz select poems in a bilingual Urdu/English format. By no means, … Continue reading Summer Reading List #004
Everything before today means nothing, seems to be the world today. Ignoring the edification one can gain from the tribulations and victories of those afore. To plough through and learn nothing of the past — pure and utter foolishness! Stagnant water is poison! Everything before today matters not, if today is the same as yesterday. … Continue reading Untitled #001
One of the numbers of books I got second-hand that I have yet to read. Up In The Old Hotel, a collection of stories by The New Yorker journalist, Joseph Mitchell (1908 - 1996), depicting New York and its scintillating denizens. Containing stories such as, McSorley's Wonderful Saloon; Old Mr. Flood; The Bottom of the Harbor; and Joe Gould's Secret. … Continue reading Summer Reading List #003
A beautiful and haunting world of monsters and poets. Cat assassins! The world of Monstress is home to some of the most badass, boss felines ever. I became enthralled with Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s world from the very first page. A brilliant blend Eastern and Western comics, which I love. Upon entering this strange … Continue reading Summer Reading List #002 Review: Monstress