This show, that suit. STOP MAKING SENSE – Talking Heads, watch it if you haven’t.
Been doing lots of reading about St. Vincent and her new ablum, which can be streamed here. Lot’s of references came about her uncle and aunt, Tuck and Patti. I was pleasantly surprised by his amazing ability and her delightful voice. They have been playing music together since 1981. Awesome. Below is the newest video by St. Vincent.
I feel that most companies know that hiring out to creative agencies is an integral part of business, but so often I see large companies not getting the high level of work done for their marketing. These videos were shared with me and they are great. Creative and intriguing.
I had heard a lot about this video, but just finally got around to watching it. With all the press and publicity that the Seahawks are getting this season, what a blessing this video is. I love seeing men who are the best at something top level yet count it as loss but a vapor. Yet God and His word are solid and the one thing to build our identities on. Enjoy.
The beauty of the shots and score are only surpassed by the realness of the narrators voice. The real pain and love and desire to hold these things as truth, passing on advice to a son who never really knew him. – “Never turn away from the right course because it’s hard. Above all love. Scrape out the bottom of your soul and love for all your worth, and when you find her risk everything.”
The Encounter Collection by Stephen Kenn explores the significant act of passing an object on from one generation to the next. It is in this exchange, accompanied by words of wisdom, that a boy is often called to a life of courage. While aware that everyone’s life experience is unique, and often painful, this film focuses on the experience of a boy losing his father and yet retaining the love and passion that was intended for him.
Sorry for the lack of consistency with this one. Took me a bit to get the photos off of my camera. Featured this week is David Schmidt’s handmade, under the eyes of Marty from Geekhouse, road bike. We went out or a morning ride two weeks ago, in a thick thick fog. Was awesome getting out and riding the Mercer Island Loop again, my favorite ride in Seattle. Be on the look out for a disposable series from that day as well. .
Orange Dream Machine. This bike was made for the Shred Club kits.