This whole trek towards minimalism and tiny home living began two years ago when I left D.C. and traveled around the United States. I spent six months living out of a minivan, ultimately reconnecting with the outdoors and realizing I didn't need a whole lot of stuff to actually be happy.
These are some of the photos from that amazing 15,000-mile adventure.
When out-of-work reporter Yuri Realman is approached by a government employee spouting conspiracy theories about a plot to control the world's resources, he reacts with the appropriate level of skepticism. But as evidence mounts, the two are plunged into a dangerous game of Washington intrigue and Realman is forced to admit that his mysterious new friend may really be onto something.
Published in serial format, the four episodes include the "Conspiratorial" newsletter and detailed photographs of all of the clues, inviting close inspection for the reader to follow along and decide for themselves whether the conspiracy is fantasy or fact.
Part examination of dreams, part exploration of home. Twelve Dreams is a small volume of fiction and poetry that contemplates how a sense of place is tied to our nocturnal musings.
The volume includes stories "Tawgate" and "Memories of the Dying," as well as 12 dreams which have been transcribed and distilled into a coherent moment.
Volume is 72 pages; 6 x 9 inches.
Replicated Detritus is a series of 10 postcards created from the fading papers of a more tactile world: encyclopedias, comic books, card catalogs, maps, newspapers, stamps.
Sure, the U.S. Postal Service may be on it's last legs, but there's still time for a shot of nostalgia. Who doesn't like opening the mailbox to find actual contact with a real human being?