Here’s another belated Instagram roundup… This batch includes the other weekend that I stayed in the city to finish freelance projects. It was actually kind of nice to have a little time to find my footing before the madness of August began.
For disappearing acts, it’s hard to beat what happens to the eight hours supposedly left after eight of sleep and eight of work.
Somewhere to Disappear is a 57 minute documentary in which Alec Soth is the hero. For his project “Broken Manual” Alec undertakes to write a guide that willprovide the basic tips on how to disappear in America.
We follow him on his search for men who live on the margins of society. People who ran away from their natural environment, to find their own world. As modern day hermits, they find peace in unaffected places of the country, whether it be a cabin in the mountains, a dark cave or in the expansive desert. Each of these people chose to live in a different way. We wanted to find out why they live like this: did they deliberately make this choice? Do they regret it? What are they really looking for? Did they find it? (via)
I recently found a copy of this on a friend’s dresser and can’t wait to watch it.
Here’s another late Instagram roundup… I recently surrendered two weekends to stay in the city and work on freelance projects. Luckily, I still managed to catch up with friends and soak up some sun.
Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.
— Sam Keen
Here’s yet another long overdue Instagram roundup… I was lucky enough to celebrate our country’s independence at a friend’s party aboard a beautiful yacht (appropriately) named Freedom. The following Saturday morning, I risked my life rode on the back of a friend’s motorcycle out to Hartley Farms. I’ve been on bikes before but never for more than an hour, or on a highway during a heat advisory or while clinging to my luggage for dear life. Regardless, all of the above was completely worth it and we had a wonderful weekend.
New York, NY… Celebrating freedom aboard Freedom.
Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you a yacht big enough to pull up right alongside it.