Peace, Love & Happiness

I've created a new, all-encompassing emblem for Peace, Love & Happiness. In the weeks and months ahead I will be drawing more images based on this emblem to relate to your favorite stereotypes and flavors of life. My hope is to give you all a simple image to meditate on as a reminder that, in all the strife of the world, Peace, Love & Happiness still exist and remain as the noblest of pursuits.

 Mugs, pillows, notebooks and more available on Society6

Mugs, pillows, notebooks and more available on Society6

Here's your chance to share the message just in time for Valentine's Day. It's been a cold Winter, so why not curl up with a new pillow, mug and notebook and devise your own plan to spread Peace, Love & Happiness this year.

Peacemakers at the Tannery

It's been awesome getting to know Jacob Seedman of Shalom Clothing and learn about the impact of his Cultural Peace Project. We've been getting our hands dirty together spreading the message of Peace through art. In October I participated in the Hamsa group art show at the Shalom Studio at the Tannery Arts Center. After that, Jacob and I teamed up to paint this big peace-making art piece that he designed as a mural on basketball court in the Tannery's open courtyard.

 Jacob Seedman, ready to fly over the mural we dropped at the Tannery Arts Center.

Jacob Seedman, ready to fly over the mural we dropped at the Tannery Arts Center.

Plastic Paradise


I recently watched Plastic Paradise, which came out last year, and does some investigative reporting on the mystery of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Many of us have heard of, read about or seen some video clips of this so-called giant island (or is it?) of garbage somewhere out in the ocean. Look... the bottomline is that there really is TONS of plastic, and other, man-made, non-deteriorating, trash out there killing animals, destroying reefs, and REALLY ruining this great planet we have. More is getting dumped in every day. And it's high-time we stop... think about what we're buying, using, and throwing out day-to-day. Here's some tips and ways to get involved through Plastic Paradise. #NoNewPlastics

Source: http://plasticparadisemovie.com