Exocubic Studio


It’s taken a few weeks, but I’ve slowly managed to gather as much of my web presence as was feasible into this new location on Micro dot blog. No easy feat, considering I have posts that date clear back to 2006 (!) Some came from the venerable Blogger; some from Tumblr; and a bunch from Wordpress, Squarespace, and Instagram. But they’re all here now, and all mine. See, a lot of those former locations were like locked boxes, trapping my content on their servers like prisoners. Not anymore; the chief reason for the switch was to allow me to fully own my stuff — to have it located on my drive first, then uploaded to the web second. That way, should anything untoward befall the hosting service, the ISP, or even the internet itself — all the posts, all the pictures, all that personal history is still right here, safe and sound for posterity. The majority of old posts I had to delete were rendered useless by the links having rotted away ages ago. It makes me sad that so much of the cool art and artists I linked to, the amazing YouTube videos, the fascinating conversations have disappeared forever. I suppose I could spend even more of my time playing necromancer on the Archive, but that’s not the point. The point is we are in danger of losing vast stores of knowledge and insight from it’s origins on the World Wide Web, due primarily to surrendering it to walled gardens and corporate silos that care only for our eyeballs as advertising targets, not for the beauty and wisdom of our shared history here on the Internet.

Here are a few old posts whose links or content I was able to salvage. I hope you enjoy a little trip to the past:

Fun Weekend

Leviathan / Kapoor / Grand Palais 2011

I'm in love.

Marcus Sandeman

Liza Herst


Interesting Dutch Furniture

Fresh coat of paint (actually, powder coat) on these two old friends. 😍🎨

We had a very snowy spring here in Colorado. Made for some beautiful contrasts between the snow and the blooms. 📷🌹

Bright red tulip bloom with droplets of condensation reflecting the scenery.

Hello, Microbloggers! I’ve fully committed to the Micro.blog way, having nuked my Squarespace site and pulled everything – even my Instagram stuff – over here. A few minor hiccups, but things are at least where I want them to be.

Bathroom Rainbow

A true harbinger of spring: the return of Bathroom Rainbows!



(This is an Instagram post, I’m just testing how editing works)


Watching the juncos. . . . .

#catsofinstagram #oops_I_missed #caturday #blackandwhite #reflection #homepod

Think it'll snow?

More proposal imagery. Sneak peek!

Been working on proposal designs. One of three so far.

#topsecret #yeahright

Visited Mark Aeling's Acumen piece today. Nice job to everyone involved!  EDIT: fixed the spelling of Mark's name.


Putting hours in on public art proposals. Have a shot of this old guy: stainless steel with blue powder coat.


Fire tools in their storage garage.

#functionalart #metalart #nojunk #handmade #megtalfabrication #maker #chimentea #chiminea #fireplace #to firefeature #firebowl #patio #dwell #dezeen #archdaily #architizer #rdesignboom #architecturaldigest #artfulhome #luxuryoutdoor

“Meh" on the sculpture and metal stuff? Follow my new (deleted) account for more 2d digital artworks. Check it out!

CinderCone being colorful and a bit blurry. What do expect on a Friday?

WAY back to my first major public art project: Tsunami for the city of Cerritos, CA.

#tbt #throwbackthursday

Using this one for my lock screen. Ever have one of those days when not a f*cking thing goes right? Pick up my phone and see this, things get a hair better.

”Course,” one of the 3 sculptures I did for Art in Public Places here Fort Collins. Dramatic light courtesy of Colorado Sunsets, Inc.

Snazzy shadows, the sequel.

shadow #shadowhunters #sunlight #yellow #sculpture

And then things get completely nuts. I dig it, but the design cohesion has completely shifted. It's like a demonstration of entropy in one triptych.

See? This one has a completely different feel; borderline? Borderline pokéball, I'd say.

Borderline. Raw output from @affinitybyserif #affinitydesigner. Sometimes, my process, with all the iteration and processing through different apps, doesn't really improve the original.