I think Jake has a really interesting point here. What are you chasing? What is the end look like? Life is busy-yes-its a sonofabitch a lot of the time. Appreciate- the silent, peaceful, open, and beautiful parts when they pass. If you don’t- its one BIG BLUR.
With everything so directed towards digital output today (the internet mainly and people thumbing through there phones). I thought it would be interesting to do a different outlet of a few images through screen printing onto a few t’s.
Its summer- its hot- give a shout if your interested in one: email@example.com. They are $20 per shirt(trying cover costs and shipping) But if you want two or more they are $15.
Version 1: 349 Salt
From a stormy session on cape cod-gritty, raw and cold.
This was the cover of Transworld Photo Annual in 010’ from a special series I did called Snow Silo. Stevie Bell_Gap to Backlip_Northstar
People often ask me how the title “the art of daydreaming” came about & what the phrase even means. Some wonder if “the art of daydreaming” just exists as an attempt to seem artsy & esoteric, as if I authored the slogan without breathing a deeper meaning beneath it. Others question if…