Art

Chekechani

Chekechani

Not much is known of African gods and goddesses in the west, When I visited Lake Malawi in 2006 I wanted to find out more about the myths and religions of the place. However this turned out to be much harder then I thought.  These myths are being lost. So, many years later as I was playing around with all the fantastic photos I shot in this part of the world I did some research.  I must say...

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Bio Contract.

Bio Contract.

As memes go, there is one that has recently entered populist debate, while garnering little attention, its a highly pertinent issue that should be repeated. The essence of the issue at heart is a recognition of biodiversity as a valued element in human survival. Starting with this fascinating article on physorg.com,  The Earth has its own set of rules. The article sets out a proposal for...

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Post Singularity

Post Singularity

I have been interested of late in creating imagery representing a future state. I guess this kind of Sc-Fi illustration can be a hard call. How do you visualize a level of technology beyond the present? Like ideas in Sc-Fi writing visual imagery also follows the current thought paradigm inherent in our present.  I thought of trying to represent the future as being remarkably human, thus our...

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MoonDance Stories

MoonDance Stories

Click to Purchase Prints In everything there is connections. A conduit is sentience itself. Ritual is a metaphor for what happens when sentient participation occurs. This image attempts to portray the elements involved, a kind of cutaway of a moment. The dance is the ritual drawing of energies bound in the things surrounding us. The observers are both participants and the storytellers as the...

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