Archive for the 'art' Category

The Mountain and the Aurora

Found on facebook… really stunning… The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo. Another from the same guy… also found on facebook… The Aurora from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo. Think I might need to get out in the world some day…

Back to class


Random Siting

Fluids in Color

We watched this canon advertisement in my fluid mechanics class. I thought it was pretty rad, so figured I share it with whoever happens to look at this site…

Marie, Marie

Its a funny thing how life moves… I’ve lived so many different places and have friends that I haven’t seen in years, but still consider them some of my best friends ever. Marie is one of the raddest people ever, and even though I was lucky enough to see her about a year and a half ago, we haven’t lived
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Birthday Madness

Apparently, a lot of people were born on January 15th. Most relevant to me was Fuzz’s and John’s birthday. The Trick Factory headed to Denver for a show at the Three Kings Tavern to celebrate. Some photos to document the night… The People Leslie and Katie Ric the boys Leslie and Fuzz Glen Brian Leslie (Glen photo) Lazer (another Glen
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Trick Factory "year in review" painting

stage 1 stage 2 stage 3 final product:

brian and maria's white elephant gift exchange party

Friday night. candy cane assortment frotus Lots of food first. Even fried pickles… so good. And rice krispie treats with gummy bears and assorted chocolates. Sounds delicious, right? After food and settling in, everyone gathered for the gift exchange frenzy. Next up, the dollar game. Matt discovered a new talent and a new way to earn a few dollars. Maybe
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Past Photos – Student Art Show, Baltimore 2008

Missing my camera…. and random life.

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I am really missing my camera. I haven’t gotten any more updates from the Geek Squad and the 2 weeks period that the guy at Best Buy said it would take has come and gone already. I’ve tried not to whine and cry about it, as best as possible, and instead,
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