To commemorate the life of someone very dear to me, this drawing was pondered upon and tirelessly executed.
Happy Quarter Century CS.
“Life in the Downtowner is like an extended vacation, from LIFE. Just surround yourself with good people and the Moment will never end.”
“Let’s smoke a J…well, it looks like I’m not getting any work done today. Again. Anyone want to make bread?”
“Sorry I couldn’t make it to the door right away, I was naked painting.”
“Who needs a view of the harbour, when you have the parking lot. There’s a lot of action there. Sometimes even bum fights.”
“I’m so addicted to Pacific Cafe. Every time I eat there, I feel like I’m on drugs. It’s my FAVORITE restaurant in the world, well, within walking distance from my house.”
“What a splendid evening of galavanting. Shall we devour avocados and ponder the mysteries of life?”
“If it ain’t broke, no need to fix it; especially the elevator.”
Only through others, can we truly know ourselves; we are all woven together by the fabric of consciousness.
Also known as the Golden Ratio, The Golden Section, The Golden Number, The Divine Proportion, The Fibonacci sequence, The Fibonacci spiral, The Fibonacci ratio and Phi, this irrational number has eluded man for centuries. But the most elusive thing about it is how frequently it appears in our world, from the nautilus shell, to the branching patterns of leaves to the complex galaxies in our universe.
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Probably the best definition of Information that I have ever come across, care of Robert Anton Wilson (RAW) in the glossary of Schrodinger’s Cat Trilogy.
INFORMATION: A measure of the unpredictability of a message; that is, the more unpredictable a message is, the more information it contains. Since systems tend to disorder (according to the 2nd law of thermodynamics), we can think of the degree of order in a system as the amount of information in it. Ordinarily, information is transmitted as an ordering of energy (a signal), in which the energy and its ordering (the message) is transmitted from one place to another.
“The charm of history and its enigmatic lesson consist in the fact that, from age to age, nothing changes and yet everything is completely different.”
– Aldous Huxley
“The book, the idea of a book or the image of a book, is a symbol of learning, of transmitting knowledge.. I make my own books to find my way through the old stories.”
“What a funny thing painting is. The abstract painters always insist on their connection with the visible reality, while the so called figurative artists insist that what they really care about, is the abstract qualities of life.”
– Marlene Dumas on painting
Oren Lavie – Her Morning Elegance