A Day in the Life of Century Guild: Silent Films, Dave McKean, and Gardening.
What we did today:
Jim Kay of Transmission Atelier: “I brought all of my gear- lights, monitors, and computers- into Tom’s bedroom so that I could color correct our edition prints of these Dave McKean paintings for the umpteenth pass. I barely even noticed all the dirty laundry on the floor. Barely.”
Bob Reveley: “The things we do for Gail Potocki and her garden.”
Meanwhile, down in the cellar… (Jack will kill me if I pretend to be him and type something here.)
Thomas Negovan: “While Jack rots in the cellar and Bob wallows in the dirt, I ascend the staircase to the tower where the library resides. In the recording studio, we are transported to Berlin in 1923; I use the wall space in here to hang silent film posters as I work on the Kinogeists book. Giant originals, and for sake of space, small prints that Jim from Transmission Atelier custom produces for my endeavor.”
Ok, I wouldn’t really use the word “endeavor” in a sentence, but it reads well. The last photo shows not only my desk, but how much more sunlight I get than Jack. I do, however, somehow still match him in pastiness.