New giclee art print for sale tomorrow! “For He is the Man of Sin, the Son of Perdition” is the first in my Polyopic Fragments series. The regular is $80 with an edition of 35 and the “Resplendent Nothingness” variant is $120 with a small edition of only 10.

Head over to my shop on April 11 to get your hands on one! http://damnthedesign.myshopify.com/

The original charcoal and pastel of this is also up for grabs. Please message me privately if interested.


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"We are torn between nostalgia for the familiar and an urge for the foreign and strange. As often as not, we are homesick most for the places we have never known."
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Prescribing Mushrooms for Anxiety

More and more, I’m feeling like a resource rather than a friend. I see it plain as day and can’t help but wonder why I work so hard. I think I still have some energy left in me though. One more festival season. Then maybe it’s time for some change. I think I would have a higher return on my investment if I focused my energy and money on traveling instead.


Ten More Ancient Sites I Want to Visit:

1. Giza Necropolis in Egypt - Ancient Egypt

2. Roman Forum in Italy - Roman Empire

3. Bayon in Cambodia - Khmer Empire

4. Monte Alban in Mexico - Zapotec

5. Stonehenge in England - Neolithic

6. Leptis Magna in Libya - Roman Empire

7. Ollantaytambo in Peru - Incan

8. Delphi in Greece - Ancient Greek

9. Borobudur in Indonesia - Sailendra Dynasty

10. Tikal in Guatemala - Mayan

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Abandoned Places…

Makes you want to explore… doesn’t it?

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Exploring Sarajevo’s Abandoned Olympic Park

To see more photos and videos of Sarajevo’s Olympic bobsled and luge track, explore the Olimpijski Bob Staza and Trebević location pages.

Stark against the dense forests of Trebević mountain stands a crumbling, brightly adorned concrete track built for the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The track, used for bobsledding and the luge competitions until 1991, primarily draws hikers and graffiti artists these days. It bears the marks not only from the passage of time, but also from the wars that plagued Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1990s.

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