Saturday, 31 January 2009

Secular Nation podcast now up!

Now you can listen to David Driscoll of Secular Nation magazine interview me about Darwin Took Steps, education, ScienceOnline'09, Toronto and being a young freethinker here. (- -really? young? thanks David!)

As an artist, I'm pretty pleased with the reception this painting has received so far. It seems to resonate with some pretty diverse folks. Not bad for something I speed-painted in three hours! (I think the drawing took about four.) I have plans for a younger Darwin piece for Darwin Day this year as part of the Blog For Darwin. Staircase not included.

It continues with a reading by David and editor-in-chief Tom Melchiorre of an interview with Dr. Massimi Pigliucci concerning Charles Da
rwin and Darwin Day. Darwin Took Steps is available as cards, prints, canvas repros and sweatshop-free t-shirts in a variety of colours & styles.

Half the proceeds from the sales of my Darwin Took Steps swag goes toward the Beagle Project. Tangled Up In Blue Guy Mike has written to Al Gore to bring the noble ship some attention. Artist Diana Sudyka of Tiny Aviary has contributed some crackingly good prints for the cause. Many others are working on much more.

Let's get that boat in the water!


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5 comments:

Raptor Lewis said...

Congratulations, dude! I'll have to check that out!

Raptor Lewis said...

EXCELLENT!!! I just listened to it, and, boy, am I proud to have met you. Again, Congratuations, dude!!!

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Raptor!

David was pretty great, super guy. Easy to speak with.

And now you know what me saying "umm" sounds like. ;-)

Raptor Lewis said...

"Umm"....yeah...lol!

Karen James said...

*feels the blog love*

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