Failure Institute

With recent problems in the world, both politcal and financial, there has been some renewed interest in this prescient, ephemeral, think-tank first online as a website in 1994.
Failure Institute, as an idea, was born from a heated discussion between Peter Santino and Colin De Land in front of American Fine Arts Co. on Wooster Street in New York City's SOHO district back on a warm June afternoon in 1990.
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Failure Institute

Early Flash Media

There was a time, back in the late 1990's when I was convinced that Macromedia Flash (now Adobe Flash) in combination with the Internet was the medium I wished to work in more than any other.
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Macromedia Flash

CLEAN & NEAT

From 1983 through 1985, CLEAN & NEAT aired weekly on Manhattan Cable TV. A collaboration with my wife, Shirley Lee, more than 70 episodes of this early, art-oriented, public access show were created.
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CLEAN & NEAT

Certificates and Bank Notes

From 1991-2011, all the print material including certificates and the most recent Bank Note made for the Morris Graves Museum exhibition.
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Certificates

2010 - An ongoing project. A modest effort to add a little interest to the streets of my hometown of Eureka. Below follows an explanation and primary idea for the southern entrance to the city along Highway 101 (South Broadway). (Click here or on the button)