Author: maseman

Times like these

It’s been over a year since my last post here.

Seems that time moves faster as you age – less time for writing blog posts, more time for dealing with life’s new challenges. I’ve realized you can never predict the future. You can only rely on your gut, but most likely, things won’t turn out like you imagined.

I wrote four years ago and warned that we were in for some turbulent times. Little did I know how bad things would get. Half of our society has chosen hate and fear as a new way of life. Not to mention a pandemic, economic collapse, corrupt government, class revolution and more. That’s just the everyday, not to mention the new situations many of us have found ourselves in this new time.

The answer is found within us, and hopefully more and more will dig deep to see where they stand. We don’t have any room for apathetic Americans. We need to stand together and vote for the change we deserve.

Elmer Gomer x Rigg NY

Very happy to present an ongoing collection of reworked and repaired goods with Elmer Gomer and Rigg NY. From vintage hats and bags to tie dyed and printed t-shirts and other goods. These items carry a story within the soul of each stitch or patch. Look for more items in the coming weeks and months.

Dirt Dauber Festival

Jess and I tripped out to San Marcos for the Eye of the Dog Art Center Dirt Dauber Fest. If you missed it this year, you should keep an eye out for next years fest or any of the other rad workshops and offerings that they have. It's a gem and I hope I'm not the one to blow out this amazing secret built by Beverly and Billy Ray Mangham.

 

Pocket Object

Check out Pocket Object coming to a city near you. Honored to have a couple key chains in this fun exhibition. The concept of the exhibition is keychains, in all of their diverse and playful forms. The collective miniature works will play off the customization and collectability seen in both an art collection and an accessorized set of keys.

“Small bag and Peace Keychain” Canvas, thread, zipper and ring – January, 2019