Photographer, Dan Siney (Vancouver). Love the Stump Skull photos!
This one’s just for the Vancouverites – my good friend (and talented local illustrator) Ehren Salazar, is hosting a variety show called Hidden Agenda. Friday February 13th at The Waterfront Theatre (1412 Cartwright St. on Granville Island) – doors at 7:30pm – show at 8:00pm. There will be live music and a special encore screening of Animatron 2008 (a compilation of short animations)! Here’s a little message from Ehren not entirely related to Hidden Agenda, but not not related either:
“The Photographic Dictionary is dedicated to defining words through the literal, figurative, and personal meanings found in each photograph.” – The Photographic Dictionary.
The project was created by Netherland’s Lindley Warren. The photos here are ones that my friend Jennilee Marigomen contributed to the project. This first one is her favourite (and mine too) – it is the photo for the word, Lost. If you are a photographer, they are currently accepting submissions! Head on over there.
Vancouver is finally getting some snow! Here I am looking very excited (and wearing the exact thing I am in every single photo on this website – it’s like I am a poor clown with only one costume). The reason I am excited is because this snowy weather can only mean one thing… (there’s a hint somewhere in this picture)…
The 2008 High Five Series boards I designed for Endeavor have been really well received. If you’re looking for a new snowboard this Christmas, this might be the board for you! Take a look at this full product review with Kevin Griffin, along with some footage of it being shredded to pieces. It’s a great feeling to see riders having fun using something I designed.
It’s a little stickered up so if you want a better look you can view the entire series here and purchase them here.