Blue headed lizard from a local temple

If you know me, you know I love lizards. It’s a childhood passion that carried over into adulthood. A blessing of where I live, in Thailand, is there’s an abundance of lizards. The small geckos are everywhere, including indoors. The giant Tokay geckos can be heard calling, and make regular appearances on windows, and have…

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Say so long to Solipsism

Hard Solipsism is an even easier target than determinism to refute, and I think it’s worthwhile to trim the fat off of relevant philosophical inquiry. Solipsism is the philosophical argument that you can’t know that you aren’t the only thing in existence, and that you aren’t just imagining everyone and everything else. The strongest argument…

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Month 7 roundup

There was some good news in month 7. One of my pieces is slotted to have a page in an art magazine. I’ll share more when it happens. I’m pretty sure if I can keep going long enough, eventually I’ll get some recognition and be able to keep making art. However, I’ll probably have to…

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6 month roundup

Money crap: I’m still ahead of my budget money. This is good. I’m almost $1,000 ahead of baseline, which means I could possibly extend my year of art to 14 months. However, tomorrow I have to do the dreaded Laos visa run, which includes two overnight bus trips, and costs overall about $230, which is…

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Stenciling Over Banksy, article about me

Manhattan. Why stencil over Banksy, and why a giant ugly bug? Artist, Eric Küns stenciled over You Complete Me, Banksy’s most famous piece from his October, month-long-residency in NY. Many were surprised at the audacity of someone painting over a world-famous artist at the peak of his recognition, but Küns argues it’s no big deal because Banksy…

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