Hemlock 82 by Bryan Nash Gill
Ink is rolled out and a piece of handcrafted paper is placed over the top, then it is imprinted by pressing with his fingertips.
The Kinsol trestle in Vancouver island, Canada. It has been abandoned since 1979.
By Bryn Tassel
We’ve come a long way since we said goodbye to LA. You know what we are proud of? We have done every single thing we said we would and everything we’ve wanted to. It might not seem like a lot to some people but we have set goals and accomplished them. We’ve struggled, cried, wanted to give up so many times but we stuck to it. We’ve grown as individuals and our family is stronger. We’ve lived our adventure and dreams I’m not sure everyone can say that. If we can convince just one person that it is worth it to pursue their dreams (whatever they may be) then we’ve succeeded! When we were still in LA and thinking about buying land and moving I searched for blogs or websites and found a few things here or there but nothing that was detailed. I’m glad we decided to document our journey from the very beginning to share with people who might have similar dreams.
It has been a bumpy road (unemployment, floods, missing our family) but we’ve held onto the bigger picture. We want to experience life, we want to explore and grow as people. We want our children to have a hands on experience of living more sustainable. We collect rainwater and teach our kids about the importance of conserving and not taking more than you need. We share this planet with every living thing.
Our veggies will be going in the ground soon and we just planted strawberries and grapes. We have farm fresh eggs everyday with enough left over for neighbors. It may seem like a small thing to some but we are happy with this little homestead life and the memories we are giving our children! ❤❤❤
Plain and Simple. Rape culture is literally the most terrible thing. Let’s stop teaching our women to not get raped, and start teaching our men to NOT RAPE. It’s pretty fucking cut and dry.
10,000 Digital Paintings by Field
Every image explores a different close-up view on the sculpture, while its entirety remains hidden in a vast virtual space, resulting in 10,000 unique prints.
Finally! A website.
Gonna get a URL soon.
Link on my profile