Michael Barrett

Danny Heller’s “Modern Leisure” series of paintings depicts a hyper-idealized modernist, sub-urban world devoid of people. His images feel like the space between seconds, eternal, unmoving, and gone forever.

Quartz(y) has the worst headlines. This article, headlined “The Graceful Restoration Of A 200-Year-Old Serif Typeface Shows The Problem With Digital Fonts” shows nothing of the sort.

It is entirely too easy to post to the wrong micro.blog :-\

A nice article on Simon Freund’s Selbsportrait exhibit.

Train doodle of a surly character

Selbsportrait is a new work by Simon Freund where he swaps “signature uniforms” with each of 100 people. It’s fun to see how both parties take on the aspects of the other

Screentone has been drawing “Casablanca” but with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and it’s the best.

If you can’t be a Ghostbuster - be a Ghostbuster-booster

Gordon Nicholas’ portrait photography looks like it would taste like candy. Some are very posed and structured - some look like serendipitous snapshots.

Sabine Finkenauer is a German painter living in Barcelona and makes colorful, playful soft geometric abstractions.

Tacoma Pride festival

Robert Roth’s landscapes walk right up to the edge of pure abstraction and then take a step back.

Poppies and portraits. I finished posting my July Mega-gram today - A large image broken into 27 tiles posted over the course of this week.

Michael Breeder is a painter and muralist who mixes graffiti and figurative painting into dense images. They are visual but not physical collages. They feel of the internet even though they’re not from the internet.

Oh Marimekko

I think you need some surrealist GIFs to sing you to sleep.

🅰️ I didn’t know Michael Ian Black was such a good writer. 🅱️ I want to go there.

Sketching on the train this morning. Stealing faces from my email.

Sunday printer painting

Finishing up a painting today.