On a recent city hike, I came across several stickers in the North Beach area of San Francisco. These stickers had the photograph (logo?) of a single mule. There was no explanation of what these stickers represented (Mule Gallery, perhaps?). Intrigued, I went home and did a Google search for “mule logo San Francisco.” I came across an Atlantic Magazine article about a man wandering around California with three mules. The man has an Internet presence too. He recently had a date in court because a ranger gave him a citation for stopping to rest overnight on public land/open space, with his three mules. I like this guy! Read more about him here: 3mules.com
The best movie you n/ever saw is just 17-minutes long. It is, “I am John Wayne” — A Film School Short.
Who is Eduardo Munez — A film and mail art project. Join the fun!
Art creation and destroying your art — If you have been destroying your art, in search of you know not what, you are not alone! View artist, Philip Guston’s destructive process in this 3-minute video, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco.
Before organic farming was a thing, there was ital cooking by Jamaica’s Rastafarians. Here is an 8-minute video on hillside farming in Nonsuch, Portland (Jamaica): natural eating.
If you ever get a chance to visit Portland, Jamaica, try to visit the Nonsuch Cave, a system of nine chambers of stalagmites and stalactites. Inside this cave you will find seashells and other fossils embedded into the walls. This is quite amazing since the cave is high atop a hill! This area must once have been undersea. A favorite place to stay when on this end of the island is Trident Castle: here, peacocks greet you from the rooftops at evening time.
Something about the scenes in this video reminds me of the waterfront area by King Street and Harbour Street in Kingston, Jamaica, before the crowd arrives. This Vimeo is a little under 2-minutes long: Good Morning, Venice Beach.
Japantown Art Walk/Stamp, Part II
My favorite in this group of stamps is “Mouth Lock.” It’s crisp lines and selective use of color, black and white with a slash of red, make for a very classic look.
If you missed the first eight stamps, you can see them here.