A sequence from a story that follows Lodar, a regular guy in a eutopian future, as he goes about a typical day. I am currently writing the script and designing the world.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link=”https://youtu.be/NjIFL0pcwjQ” align=”center”][vc_column_text]The audio files below are the relevant excerpts of the original, extensive, taped interview with Robert Anton Wilson. They are each sides of a tape and about 45 minutes long, and together are the third session of the famous “Sounds True” interview. On this tape Wilson talks about how he got into thinking about these topics in the first place and then famously describes Timothy Leary‘s Eight Circuit Model of Human Consciousness. Leary … >> read more
Blakean Passages are a series of drawings illustrating text from Willam Blake’s unfinished epic poem The Four Zoas . You can find the entire text online. FZ1-12.20; E307| One must be master. try thy Arts I also will try mine FZ1-12.21; E307| For I percieve Thou hast Abundance which I claim as mine FZ2-30.4; E319| In cruel delight they trap the listeners, & in cruel delight FZ2-30.5; E319| Bind them, condensing the strong energies into little … >> read more
I have recently completed the illustrations for a “survival guide” for urban bicyclists. Limited road space shared with large vehicles and impatient drivers in the city can be treacherous for cyclists. This guide provides excellent advice on how to navigate busy streets safely and get the most out of a bike enabled lifestyle. The guide was written by Yvonne Bambrick, who has been active as a cycling advocate in Toronto for many years. It was great … >> read more
The cover of the latest issue of ReNew Canada: The Infrastructure Magazine features an illustration that I made. The assignment was to come up with a vision of a near-future sustainable city. In the words of editor Andre Voshart : “I am looking for a cover illustration around the topic of urban density and growth–and fighting back against the idea of urban sprawl and car-based societies. It looks at the way city planners are going to make … >> read more