Inherwonker pics. Please add yours.


ever piss someone off taking a photo?


For my cousins organic farm. I should probably tell her that Harvest Moon is a video game?


Since I am a coach for my office volleyball team I created a mascot.

OPX Volley ball team presents...
Eagle Eyes
Puma Leaping ability
Gorilla Strength
Ostrich Quickness
Llama Spit Strength
Lion Heart
Camel Drinking Ability
Cobra Slitheriness
the Brain of an OPXER

This is how I spend most of my time during the day.


Some things that have popped up in browsing today. Also, lets set up the plan for the Serra excursion in July. I think it might be fun to have a total Serra experience.

Richard Serra Carlo Scarpa Andrea Palladio


scenes make me nervous.
artists collaboratives make me jealous.

Wham City
is the group associated with Dan Deacon.
Article on them in the baltimore city paper.



Ummm... the world is in need of a Claxton cam.


For book club... I think this is something we all can relate to.

After a successful life in the drug game, twenty-one-year-old Kisa Kane plans to retire -- settle down, find a good man, and raise a family of her own. Done with the thug life, she has everything a ghetto girl would want: plenty of money, drop-dead-gorgeous looks, and two thriving legitimate businesses. Until she falls in love with Sincere Montega, a powerful drug dealer whose down-and-dirty money pulls Kisa back into the world she is trying so hard to leave behind. With lies, cheating, and conflict, Kai, their newborn, may be the only reason for this couple to stay together, but their lives are inevitably changed in the most unexpected way, the only way the streets of Harlem can.

"This book had me glued to the pages I stayed up til wee hours of the morning reading this book. Kisa was off the hook. Im not gone lie that chick had made, sexy rich man, good friends, and a caring family. What more could any woman ask for. Danielle Santiago did her thing I can't wait to finish Grindin cuase this book is off the hook too."

"This book was awesome! Praise for D. Santiago...You go Diva...She put it down with this one... "


hopkins art buildings by williams tsien.
the grayish looking bricks are the same red bricks with some sort of splattered "paint" on them. and translucent lettering.

old shit at the walters.

MICA brown center by ziger snead architects. shit weather. bad tiling of panoramas. and cool-shit fritted glass.

the first of my museum-and-building-hopping-in-baltimore posts. these are from the BMA. i have a video of the automated drawing machine by gauthier, the kaleidoscopic pavillion is olafur eliasson, box by judd, and a typical dan flavin. sunday museum hopping is like going to church.
I've been thinking of attempting to initiate an online book club on carlitos. This was brought on because I'm rereading Frampton's Studies in Tectonic Culture and some of his section on tradition left me scratching my head. I'm not sure how well it would work. I would enjoy the obligation to write a response and have more time to proofread my thoughts as it were. It might be a little more difficult to engage when conversations take place over several days.

All of this questioning is rendered moot by a new thread on Archinect. This will allow us to see how an online book club might work. And as its already architecture oriented, it will be a very applicable model.

I also don't read enough these days and I thought this 'encouraged' reading might help me regain my appetite for books. I still like buying them, just don't get around to reading them quickly.