kmalexander Tonight, @karilise and I saw the #KehindeWiley show that opens at the SAM tomorrow. It is incredible. Pictures don't begin do his work justice (especially my black and white photos.) 16h
  •   fwmj The scale is what surprised me most 16h
  •   kmalexander Yeah @fwmj, it doesn't really sink in until you're standing in front of one. Really liked the show. I think the religious themed work was my favorite. 16h
  •   danzigner Sooooo good 16h
  •   gayleclemans Amazing to see such colorful works in black and white. Nice shot. 4h
  •   kmalexander @gayleclemans thanks so much! 3h

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kmalexander It'll burn off... 🌫 2d

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kmalexander 😛 Found this fella while walking the dogs. 4d

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kmalexander ...let's jam! #amwriting 4w

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kmalexander I'll just leave this here.
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  •   starkisu Love this pic!! 1mon
  •   kmalexander @starkisu thanks! It's kind of amazing how many trails are hidden in the middle of the city. You'd never know this was a stones throw from I-90. 1mon

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kmalexander Foggy morning. 1mon

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kmalexander New Year! New (old) projects! Today is all about research and #map making. The book in the background is “The Western Rivers Steamboat Cyclopœdium or American Riverboat: Structure & Detail, Salted With Lore with A Nod to the Modelmaker” by Alan L. Bates. Yes, that’s its real name. 1mon

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kmalexander New Year! New #books! Yay! I’m diving into my ARC of #Join by my good friend Steve Toutonghi. This will be the second time I read this book, and I’m really looking forward to it. It’s available for preorder now. Arrives April 19th from Soho Press. More info at: stevetoutonghi.com 1mon

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kmalexander For Christmas, @karilise got me Luigi Serafini’s very strange “Codex Seraphinianus” an illustrated encyclopedia of an imaginary world. It’s amazing in every way, super bizarre, and beautifully printed. And, since its publication in ’81 it hasn’t been translated. (Similar to the Voynich manuscript or the Rohonc Codex.) I highly recommend checking out the Wikipedia entry: http://kmalx.co/1Pxr7xn 1mon
  •   popoulis Yesss. Santa didn't bring me a copy but I'm def ordering one. 1mon
  •   beaver_suit Oh I'm sure I would like this too! 1mon

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kmalexander Went #snowshoeing with the family. [snowshoe emoji] (Pic by @karilise) 2mon

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kmalexander It's a bit snowy. 2mon

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kmalexander A rad wooden chandelier outside @ruby_pear's shop. #latergram 2mon

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  •   hristivoje I honestly didn't think their horns were that big. But that's really cool and in glad you had them illustrated. 2mon
  •   kmalexander @hristivoje depends on the person. Sam's are *much* smaller, Hagen's single horn is more mid-sized, Bouchard's are longer and curl along his skull. All shapes and sizes! :) 2mon
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kmalexander -/- - #selfie - -/- 3mon

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kmalexander Hey, Gunther, I found your patch. #latergram 3mon

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