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My friend Anna at Blackball Universe Gallery in Oakland. 
Getting nostalgic now that I’m moving soon.
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The hulk Mark Ruffalo in Detroit today rallying against the city’s water shut-offs. Can’t punish poverty by denying  rights. #nn14
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Some production stills of my short film I directed a few weeks ago.

Lots
of
work
still
left
to
do,
but feeling good.
Pictured here, Top floating head (me)
Middle, Production Assistant Laura 
Bottom, DP: Weber Shih, Script Supervisor: Sara Soka, Camera Assistant: Jerome Stolly Sound: Siera Sinclair 
Some production stills of my short film I directed a few weeks ago.

Lots
of
work
still
left
to
do,
but feeling good.
Pictured here, Top floating head (me)
Middle, Production Assistant Laura 
Bottom, DP: Weber Shih, Script Supervisor: Sara Soka, Camera Assistant: Jerome Stolly Sound: Siera Sinclair 
Some production stills of my short film I directed a few weeks ago.

Lots
of
work
still
left
to
do,
but feeling good.
Pictured here, Top floating head (me)
Middle, Production Assistant Laura 
Bottom, DP: Weber Shih, Script Supervisor: Sara Soka, Camera Assistant: Jerome Stolly Sound: Siera Sinclair 
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During lunch today I decided to document my anger toward the current Supreme Court over the years in this handy line graph.
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New Mexico
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Colorado 
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west 
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Going through some pictures today.
this is somewhere in Nebraska 
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tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
tonedbellyplease:

motiveweight:

Sitting is the Smoking of the Current Generation…VIDEO

New resolution: stand on the tube.
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These two photos are of an epic piece of art my uncles and father created over several months during in the 1960s. It currently lives in my grandparent’s former house in West Bridgewater Massachusetts.
While it’s clearly huge  (the pictures don’t do it justice) the collage is about 7 feet tall —- and about 6 feet in one direction by 10 feet in the other. The medium is an incredible collage of clippings, words, papers, and some artifacts (coins, small toys or Cracker Jack prizes etc) attached to the wall with wallpaper paste reflecting the thoughts and sometimes altered images of the boys that hung out in the basement playroom during the 60s.
A few years ago when my grandparents passed away we had to sell their house. However, we made sure that if the new owners were going to leave, we would have a chance to take it and remove it.  Now that time has come.
We are desperately looking for a place for this to live, yet we have no idea where it can go. (See the huge part above).
So, naturally, I’m asking the internet for help. Does anyone know if it’s possible to put something like this in a museum? Know of a 1960s pop-culture dungeon somewhere that would take it with care?
As a kid I would spend hours exploring this wall. I would bring friends over just to look at it. It pains me to think of it getting demolished or who knows what in the future. 
If we can find a place to host it, we likely could take it out safely. We just need somewhere for it to go!
Please help me save this 1960s time capsule. 
L. Van Dyke
These two photos are of an epic piece of art my uncles and father created over several months during in the 1960s. It currently lives in my grandparent’s former house in West Bridgewater Massachusetts.
While it’s clearly huge  (the pictures don’t do it justice) the collage is about 7 feet tall —- and about 6 feet in one direction by 10 feet in the other. The medium is an incredible collage of clippings, words, papers, and some artifacts (coins, small toys or Cracker Jack prizes etc) attached to the wall with wallpaper paste reflecting the thoughts and sometimes altered images of the boys that hung out in the basement playroom during the 60s.
A few years ago when my grandparents passed away we had to sell their house. However, we made sure that if the new owners were going to leave, we would have a chance to take it and remove it.  Now that time has come.
We are desperately looking for a place for this to live, yet we have no idea where it can go. (See the huge part above).
So, naturally, I’m asking the internet for help. Does anyone know if it’s possible to put something like this in a museum? Know of a 1960s pop-culture dungeon somewhere that would take it with care?
As a kid I would spend hours exploring this wall. I would bring friends over just to look at it. It pains me to think of it getting demolished or who knows what in the future. 
If we can find a place to host it, we likely could take it out safely. We just need somewhere for it to go!
Please help me save this 1960s time capsule. 
L. Van Dyke
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Kathryn Bigelow was the first woman in history to win the Oscar for Best Director. #women #womensday #filmmaking #film #thehurtlocker