A 'brief history of hair-cuts' in honor of Movember. While cancer beckons, the staunch stoic moustache will prevail!
At the wedding our friends Yasha and Carrie said something like, "why don't you come to France for your honeymoon?" We said, ok. Deep in the heart of France (about 2 hours west of Lyon) in the Auvergne, is a colony of expats, artists, musicians, builders, and artisans who subsist on the best cheeses, wines, sausages, and good cheer that life has to offer. It was the perfect place for a honeymoon because we got a chance to see a way of life that we aspired to join....
There have been a few times recently when I'm interviewing a subject for a film and they say something that is so intuitive and effortless that it surprises both of us and the phrase or 'catch-line' sticks. The subject of this film, Paul Kirchner, was discussing his liquor cabinet and in a fit of clarity said, "This is that valuable - I'll die - if someone assures me it'll be in the MOMA under 'Maker Unknown' – early 2000's Maker Unknown......." I would definitely agree that his work does belong in MOMA. I decided to name the movie, "Maker Unknown" and Paul has been using the line ever-since. Here is his website: http://cargocollective.com/makerunknown
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Here's the story of the house-boat's first few chapters from the seafaring owners: http://kimoandsarahbuildahouseboat.com/blog/