When you really need a reward—like after a long day of bookkeeping—try this.
Try editing sea glass (either the tiny frosted bits hidden on saltwater islands, or the wine that demands sipping) within Apple’s iOS 8.
I have long been fascinated by juxtapositions. In fact I’ve tried to build my entire Vanishing Austin photography series around them, and this one always grabs me as I look […]
Thanks to a new iPhone app by John Saddington called Pressgram, creatives are able to publish their own images directly to their blogs and — here’s the big concept — […]
Wine seems to be a favorite of many artists and photographers (whether using it for subject matter, or using it to inspire subject matter). If you read my July 16 […]
Wine seems to be a favorite of many artists and photographers (whether using it for subject matter, or using it to inspire subject matter). So I’ll do a followup to […]
Wine and art make an incomparable pairing. That must be why it’s always served at art gallery openings. In fact, isn’t that why there’s such a high attendance at openings? […]
There’s a ghostly story they like to tell about Speakeasy, in Austin’s Warehouse District: Ghosts have haunted its historic home in the Kreisel building since July 1916, when a fire trapped […]
Vanishing Austin / Frosty Beer, Wiggy’s Wine by Jann Alexander (c) 2009 I have long been fascinated by juxtapositions, and this one always grabs me as I approach downtown in the early evening on West 6th Street. Despite all of the other condos rising high above the Frost Bank building, […]