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Abandoned Chicago

With the opening of the Bloomingdale Trail and the demolition of Brach’s Candy Factory, Chicago has been revitalizing places once forgotten. There are still a few places preserved, but be sure to get there quickly before these places are built over too. 212 more words



When I was a very young child in the beginning of the ’90s, my family and I lived on Adak Island in Alaska. At that time it was still an active naval base and my father was one of the officers stationed on the island. 295 more words

Urban Exploration

"Draw You A Freedom" by Yalla Shoola

Doing Things with Art

“Draw you a freedom”
Street art created by young South Africans, those born after apartheid regime, provides a fascinating glimpse into contemporary South African reality, struggling with identity formation and historical memory.

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Haunted America: Volumes I & II

In an effort to share more aspects of my life and the little projects I’ve been working on, I thought I’d share my first zine project – Haunted America. 217 more words


Solar Psychogeography - Into the light with a March-Riever, Eric O. Distad

I’ve recently read Eric’s essay ‘Psychogeography: Introducing the Zone and the March-Riever’ (available here – the pdf link is in the first paragraph) and having traded a few emails with Eric earlier this week I thought I’d offer up a brief summary of Eric’s standpoint, its innovations and a slight niggle I have on one aspect of his formulation of a ‘new’ form of psychogeographer, the ‘March-Riever’. 618 more words

Meaning Making

My photo of the day

Fellow friends, I’ve decided I am going to share with you a couple of my favourite photos everyday, in a ‘My photo of the day” post. 194 more words