An official side project of Drivenbyboredom.com.

Posts tagged with ‘kickstarter’

Help me fund my cross country road trip zine project so I can take photos of naked girls all along Route 66!
You can get some rad stuff out of it!

Help me fund my cross country road trip zine project so I can take photos of naked girls all along Route 66!

You can get some rad stuff out of it!

Help save Style Wars! Donate now!

Schnitzel

—Symphony

This song is track one on Love Me When I Am Gone: A Tribute To Ross Harman. It’s by a band called Schnitzel fronted by my friend Jim O’Brien. I think it is an amazing, amazing song…  Please donate to our Kickstarter to make this album a reality!

Please donate! You can get a print of one of my photos, an amazing record and tons of other stuff!

Gated Community: The Incarceration of a Graffiti Writer →

My friend Mickael Broth was arrested for graffiti when we were both living in Richmond, VA. I remember the day his place happened and we were all crushed. There was a movie screening for a film by our friends Day By Day that night and there was a 5 minute segment in the movie with nothing but footage of Mike getting up. Everyone just watched it silently. It was a perfect memorial for “Refuse To Be Smart”.  All of a sudden the night switched from a movie premiere to a fund raiser for Mike’s legal fund.

Mickael Broth is now a well established fine artist still living in Richmond and he is working on a book that is a collection of the art and letters he wrote over the 10 months he served in jail. The book will also be a discusion of graffiti art and the other side of what happens to vandals when they don’t make it into art galleries like Banksy and Shepard Fairey.

He has a kickstarter like fundraiser up on United States Artists and he is more than half way there with 19 more days to go. I hope you can donate and help make his book a reality.

Also, just on a side note, acting as a getaway driver for Mike was the only time I ever ran from the cops and got away… It was a lot easier than I thought it would be…

Check out Josh Harris’ new Kickstarter project for his new internet revolution. If you don’t know who Josh Harris is, get to Googling or at least watch the video. You probably want to be a part of this.

Also read his interview on the Atlantic Wire.