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I see you too.
Dec 26, 2012 / 5 notes

I see you too.

in the nude. #alsothetitleforaR&Brecord
Nov 23, 2012 / 1 note

in the nude. #alsothetitleforaR&Brecord

Moleskine Appreciation Day. #moleskine (Taken with Instagram at Home)
Sep 1, 2012 / 24 notes

Moleskine Appreciation Day. #moleskine (Taken with Instagram at Home)


Sneak Peek:
working on illustrations for a PLAY by Allison Vanouse. 
ps.: Twin Peaks induced sleep will do this to you.
Jan 30, 2012 / 9 notes

Sneak Peek:

working on illustrations for a PLAY by Allison Vanouse. 

ps.: Twin Peaks induced sleep will do this to you.

I started a moleskine for my dreams
Jan 29, 2012 / 10 notes

I started a moleskine for my dreams

Lindo in ink
Nov 5, 2011 / 1 note

Lindo in ink

Self - portrait /11
Jun 17, 2011 / 8 notes

Self - portrait /11

“We all have that heritage, no matter what old land our fathers left. All colors and blends of Americans have somewhat the same tendencies. It’s a breed— selected out by accident. And so we’re overbrave and overfearful— we’re kind and cruel as children. We’re overfriendly and at the same time frightened of strangers. We boast and are impressed. We’re oversentimental and realistic. We are mundane and materialistic— and do you know of any other nation that acts for ideals? We eat too much. We have no taste, no sense of proportion. We throw our energy about like waste. In the old lands they say of us that we go from barbarism to decadence without an intervening culture. Can it be that our critics have not the key or the language of our culture? That’s what we are, Cal— all of us.”
East of Eden Project ( “Cal” drawing#5 )
Jul 16, 2010 / 6 notes

We all have that heritage, no matter what old land our fathers left. All colors and blends of Americans have somewhat the same tendencies. It’s a breed— selected out by accident. And so we’re overbrave and overfearful— we’re kind and cruel as children. We’re overfriendly and at the same time frightened of strangers. We boast and are impressed. We’re oversentimental and realistic. We are mundane and materialistic— and do you know of any other nation that acts for ideals? We eat too much. We have no taste, no sense of proportion. We throw our energy about like waste. In the old lands they say of us that we go from barbarism to decadence without an intervening culture. Can it be that our critics have not the key or the language of our culture? That’s what we are, Cal— all of us.”

East of Eden Project ( “Cal” drawing#5 )

Smoke II
Jun 1, 2010 / 10 notes

Smoke II

I believe that there is one story in the world, and only one, that has frightened and inspired us, so that we live in a Pearl White serial of continuing thought and wonder. Humans are caught—in their lives, in their thoughts, in their hungers and ambitions, in their avarice andcruelty, and in their kindness and generosity too—in a net of good and evil. I think this is the only story we have and that it occurs on all levels of feeling and intelligence. Virtue and vice were warp and woof of our first consciousness, and they will be the fabric of our last, and this despite any changes we may impose on field and river and mountain, on economy and manners. There is not other story. A man, after he has brushed off the dust and chips of his life, will have left only the hard, clean questions: Was it good or was it evil? Have I done well—or ill?
(page 411)
East of Eden project (drawing #4 Carousel Rain)
May 31, 2010 / 7 notes

I believe that there is one story in the world, and only one, that has frightened and inspired us, so that we live in a Pearl White serial of continuing thought and wonder. Humans are caught—in their lives, in their thoughts, in their hungers and ambitions, in their avarice andcruelty, and in their kindness and generosity too—in a net of good and evil. I think this is the only story we have and that it occurs on all levels of feeling and intelligence. Virtue and vice were warp and woof of our first consciousness, and they will be the fabric of our last, and this despite any changes we may impose on field and river and mountain, on economy and manners. There is not other story. A man, after he has brushed off the dust and chips of his life, will have left only the hard, clean questions: Was it good or was it evil? Have I done well—or ill?

(page 411)

East of Eden project (drawing #4 Carousel Rain)