The Purpose of Walls…


ap_17062480438252_wide-510eacc38fc80c1b939435aa4669017c06c788a2-s1900-c85The Walled Hotel, Bethlehem, Palestine.  It’s such a weird concept but it says everything about the world in which we live. Banksy is pretty good at nailing our dystopian state of mind. His amusement parkDismaland (which only existed for a few months) was pretty interesting as well. I like the fact that he weaves what is so apparently wrong, into the norm. Scary when you think about it, when perversion becomes commonplace.

Working on a new project, a chap book with Nicelle Davis. It involves elephants as metaphor. So far it’s pretty interesting. Very timely considering our political climate, so stay tuned for more.

I’ve been posting some new work along with the illustrations to Greetings From Karpland on Nuime. which is on it’s way to becoming an e book. Stay tuned for more as well…

And of course lets not forget about the Superwoman group show next weekend. So far from what I’ve seen, it looks like a pretty good show.


Stay tuned…



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Moving Poems and New Piece…


The Bartender

Moving poems review.

Stay tuned….


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It’s All About Politics Now…


Lots of opposition to the new administration. I found this article interesting. Special thanks to Hyperallergic.

But then again it’s not all about politics. There are some art shows around that have been panned, ArtFCity has a few things to say about Amy Feldman.

And the protest at MOMA.

On a personal note: Group Show at the Bowers Gallery, 107 Bowers Street, Jersey City, NJ. Opening Saturday March 11 4-8PM.


Stay tuned, more to come…

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Who knew when I first stated writing about gender obliteration and the Z Factor, I was so far ahead of the times… or was it a premonition?

On this blog I usually post about our society and our current state of flux. But I will have the final layout of Greetings in my hands tomorrow. My focus will be to continue posting about the Karpland Chronicles, which has turned out to be a (very sad) metaphor that parallels our society as it stands today. Also working on a few political pieces which I will be posting soon.

In the meantime Trump continues to be a shit show. Perhaps he is the storm that divided Karpland?

Stay tuned…

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Politics As Usual…


The above is my version of Pinocchio. The title: Alternative Truth(s).One of many new political pieces.

Met these guys a few years ago at the Zebra Poetry Film Festival in 2014. Today is the film maker’s Masahiro Sugano birthday. Kosal Khiev is certainly a rock star.

Just received the Indivisible Guide from Anne at Drawing Rooms. A need to know on how to survive the Trump Era, (ugh…who’d a thunk it?) You can download the guide.

On the home front Greetings is almost finished. Just a few more pages to layout, one last reread then…DONE!! Looks good. Now if I can just figure out how to insert page numbers, we are set.

Stay tuned…it ain’t over yet!..

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Winter is Here…


Idea and proposal for a new work.

What can I say? Everything we have worked towards/for and achieved is on the line. img_0751

This says it all. 

Anyway, we shall see and as this shit show continues to disrupt our lives…stay tuned.

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